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More likely, someone will snoop your password over your shoulder, find where you wrote it down, or install keystroke logging software on your computer.

PC Banker is just covering its own butt. If there is an unauthorized access to the account you will be notified about it. Less opportunity to sue them.

I suspect the only way they'd remove the notification is if you signed away your right to sue them.
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