A laptop containing sensitive customer informaiton has been stolen from a "service provider" to the Bank of America:
Bank of America notifying customers after laptop theft | InfoWorld | News | 2005-10-07 | By Robert McMillan, IDG News Service:
"... In a letters sent to Buxx users and dated Sept. 23, the Charlotte, North Carolina, bank warned that customers may have had their bank account numbers, routing transit numbers, names and credit card numbers compromised by the theft. Visa Buxx is a prepaid credit card for teenagers that the Bank of America (BofA) stopped selling in January.
The laptop, which belonged to an unnamed Bank of America 'service provider' was stolen on Aug. 29, said Diane Wagner, a BofA spokeswoman. The bank was notified of the theft on Sept. 9, and began sending out the letters after a two-week investigation, she said...."