Homeowners left hanging after $276,000 stolen from condo association (HI)

Kukui Plaza homeowners in downtown Honolulu are out more than a quarter million dollars.  Their condo association says the money was stolen from a bank account, and the bank says it’s not obligated to reimburse the homeowners.  The president of the association sent a letter to homeowners saying $276,000 were stolen from an American Savings Bank account. The theft was done electronically and the money was transferred to mainland business accounts.     Read the article……………


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