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Spring Hill business closes after bank account gets hacked

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SPRING HILL, Tenn. (WSMV) — A small business is being forced to close after the owners said a bank hacker drained their entire savings from their personal and business accounts.

Bill Walsh and his wife Pam Jordan have owned Soulmates and Sawdust in Spring Hill over the past five years, selling their handmade jewelry and woodworking. The couple had just completed a rebranding of the business in October when Pam got a text alert from Truist about potential fraud with their accounts.

Within a couple of days, the hackers had spent and wired thousands of dollars out of their bank accounts, Jordan said. That caused countless checks to bounce and left them unable to pay their bills.

“All of our money was combined into one account and then wired out of our accounts,” Jordan said. “Within a couple of days, we were wiped out.”

“It just devastated us,” Walsh said. “You can’t operate a business with no capital.”

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