Security Risk Causes NatWest To Suspend GetCash Mobile App

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6:31 AM EDT October 9th, 2012

NatWest has suspended its GetCash mobile app after reports of fraudsters stealing hundreds of pounds, reports Finextra.

The GetCash app, which allows users to withdrawal up to £100 at a time without a card, will see a reduction in its daily withdrawal limit upon reactivation.

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