Central Bank Fixing Debit/ATM Card Problem

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Updated: 8/30/2012 12:36 am
Central Bank is fixing a problem with its debit/ATM cards.

On Wednesday, the cards wouldn't work at ATM's and couldn't be used to make a transaction.

The bank worked with the processor all day to get the problem fixed. 

Central Bank said no security was ever compromised, no money was lost and customers could go into any branch to get money.

The bank tried to get the word out to customers on its Web site, Centralbank.com and on Facebook.  For the latest online news from Central Bank, click here.

Central Bank has branches in Lexington, Berea, Georgetown, Nicholasville, Richmond, Winchester, Owingsville, Salt Lick, Louisville and Northern Kentucky.
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