Michigan police charged three persons last week who were behindmore than 300 fraud complaints that led to $100,000 in boguscharges on member credit and debit cards from the $268 millionAmerican 1 Credit Union in Jackson, Mich.

However, the lead investigator of the ongoing criminalinvestigation, who connected the first fraud complaints to The Home Depot breach in September, said he was frustrated withthe credit union's response to issue new cards to preventfraudulent charges that spiked in December.

In a prepared statement, American 1 said it responded appropriately to the card fraudbecause the credit union's priority is “to not inconveniencemembers to ensure that their funds are always available tothem.”

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