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Japan Post Bank Co. said Thursday the amount of money stolen from customers’ accounts due to a series of security breaches of seven electronic payment services has ballooned to about ¥60 million ($570,000).

The bank has asked its 5.5 million clients who use electronic payment systems, including NTT Docomo Inc.’s e-money service, to make sure that money in their accounts has not been stolen.

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