Privacy Breach:The Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) Bank has inadvertently sent the bank statements of customers holding hundreds of dollars to a two year old kid.
The kid Joel Morrison who has his own saving account of about $200 received those statements in the mail after his mom Stacey Morrison requested details of her own spending.
The ANZ requested Stacey to return the statements. However, she first informed the account holders in question and they are all disappointed with the incident.
ANZ Spokesperson told TVNZ that they have launched an investigation to find out how it happened. He said their "inquiries point to it being a handling error at a printer".
The bank replied to those client who asked what could have happened if the details fallen into wrong hands that it didn't contains any sensitive data that put their accounts at risk.