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The operator of 7-Eleven convenience stores said Thursday that some 900 customers using its mobile payment service had lost a total of ¥55 million ($510,000) due to unauthorized access to their accounts.

The problem surfaced soon after the operator, Seven & I Holdings Co., launched the smartphone payment service, 7pay, at over 20,000 stores across the country on Monday.

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