Friday, February 27, 2015

Two Plead Guilty to Using Bank Tellers to Steal Customer IDs

Two New York men have pleaded guilty to operating an identity theft ring that involved having bank tellers steal customer data.

Hundreds of customers at several banks in New York, Conneticut and Massachussets had their identities stolen. The theft ring used the information to create false IDs and withdraw money from accounts.

"Using data gained from tellers who cooperated in the ring, [they] stole personal information from hundreds of customers."
- American Banker
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(a) Two Plead Guilty in New York Identity Theft Case -, 01/20/2015

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