Thursday, August 21, 2014

Bank Teller Stole IDs for Counterfeit Checks

A teller at a Connecticut bank, has been charged with stealing customers' identities and using them to create counterfeit checks.

The identity thefts were discovered by a victim, not the bank that held the personal identifying information (PII).

"The identity thefts were discovered by a victim, not the bank that held the personal identifying information (PII)."
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Sources:
(a) Tampa Man Sentenced To More Than Four Years In Prison For Stolen Identity Refund Fraud - www.PHIprivacy.net, 08/19/2014

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