Apple Pay rival CurrentC hacked

The mobile payments app  which isn't even officially out yet -- was created for the sole purpose of getting stores away from credit card fees they pay every time you swipe your

he company sent out an email to beta participants this week alerting them to a possible breach; as of now, it sounds like important banking information is safe, though CurrentC says that an unauthorized third party may have accessed e-mail addresses. That, on the surface, might not sound like a huge deal, but the fact that CurrentC taps directly to your bank account doesn’t give us the utmost confidence in the company’s security.
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