Bank at TCF? Here's a Police Report You Should Read
A Calumet City woman is accused of keeping customer information at a Palos Heights TCF branch.
Here's one article those who bank at TCF should read.
An employee of a TCF Bank branch in Palos Heights is accused of keeping customer information.
Litoria Yates, 27, of Calumet City, is charged with unlawful transmitting of personal information.
Representatives from TCF, located at 6410 W. 127th St., called Palos Heights Police Department to inform officers about an employee who was illegally holding onto information about bank customers.
Police interviewed Yates and charged her on Jan. 11. She was given a $1,500 bond and a court date of March 5.
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