ABN Amro Mortgage Group Inc., Ann Arbor, Mich., has reported that computer tape containing data on approximately 2.0 million residential mortgage customers was lost while being transported by DHL.The company, a subsidiary of Chicago-based LaSalle Bank Corp., said the tape did not contain any data related to LaSalle Bank accounts other than residential mortgages. "We understand that this incident may cause concern for our customers, and we deeply regret that it has occurred," said Thomas M. Goldstein, AAMG's chairman and chief executive officer. "We have begun notifying our customers and are dedicating resources to assist them and to answer any questions they may have. Although we have no reason to believe that this information has been misused, we are also informing them of steps they can take to protect themselves." The company said it has also arranged for its residential mortgage customers to enroll in a credit monitoring service for 90 days at no cost to them. The company can be found online at http://www.lasallebank.com.

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