In May 2015, Starbucks responded to unauthorized access by hackers into the Starbucks mobile application, draining dollars out of customers bank accounts, credit cards and paypal accounts.
According to one report, "The Starbucks app lets you pay at checkout with your phone. It can also reload Starbucks gift cards by automatically drawing funds from your bank account, credit card or PayPal.
That's how criminals are siphoning money away from victims. They break into a victim's Starbucks account online, add a new gift card, transfer funds over -- and repeat the process every time the original card reloads." Read more at CNN
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