So they essentially lost ballpark 8% of their annual revenue, less whatever insurance covers for them. That wouldn't seem to be a death-knell, but still ain't good news.[font=Gotham Narrow SSm 4r']Xoom also raised its fourth-quarter revenue estimate to [/font][font=Gotham Narrow SSm 4r']$43.1 million-$43.6 million from $41 million-$43 million.[/font]
'Do customers lose anything or is it all insured?
State banking regulations - as well as any insurance which applies to customer funds - would not apply to the corporate funds that were surreptitiously transferred.