Password changed by Bank....

  Seth Haniel 08:38 28 Aug 2008
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A man who chose "Lloyds is pants" as his telephone banking password said he found it had been changed by a member of staff to "no it's not".

The bank apologised and said the staff member no longer worked there.

read on...

:)

  jack 08:59 28 Aug 2008

raise chuckle or three
awnerts
pizzorf

two for starters

I am intrigued with the transatlantic use of 'pants' as a derogatory term -what can they mean?

Who's pants and fresh or three days old do you think?

  Grey Goo 09:09 28 Aug 2008

Merchantbankers is longer than 6 letters.

  interzone55 09:49 28 Aug 2008

What's most worrying here is that a whole password was visible to a staff member.

I would have thought all passwords were encrypted and only revealed a few letters at a time for oral verification.

  interzone55 09:52 28 Aug 2008

Pants is used as a term to mean rubbish or crap

click here and scroll down a bit...

  spuds 11:15 28 Aug 2008

Whats a few sensitive passwords, when you can buy these details on computers sold on eBay ;o)

  pchelper001 11:18 28 Aug 2008

I'm just glad the Lloyd's employee who changed it in the first place had a good sense of humour :oP

  WhiteTruckMan 12:03 28 Aug 2008

that an employee was able to change a password seemingly on a whim, without even notifying the customer. I shouldnt have to go into the details of the opportunity for fraud.

WTM

  jakimo 12:35 28 Aug 2008

Isn't this just a bit of silliness by Mr Jetley

  BT 16:45 28 Aug 2008

I suppose they thought that perhaps too many people would be able to guess what it was ;-))

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