In exchange for money and jewelry the now former Marine reset the PINs on military members' bank accounts. The jewelry store employees could then access the accounts and add fraudulent charges to unsuspecting members. ----
"he offered to pay [the Marine] $25 to reset MyPay account passwords on the accounts of active duty military members who were customers ."It is unclear how the identity thefts were discovered. Organizations seeking to proactively detect insider identity theft and data privacy breaches can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Court documents
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(a) Former Jewelry Store Employee Pleads Guilty in Military ID Theft Case - www.NBCsanDiego.com, 05/20/2015