Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Ironic Fraud Case

Authorities in Phoenix booked three men for three counts of forgery and one count of fraud. The men had been trying to return laptops to Wal-Mart saying that they had been given empty boxes with no merchandise included. Store employees were suspicious, and called the police. As it turned out, the men had indeed been sold empty boxes, however, they were not completely innocent. Authorities found that the three men had a total of 19 forged credit cards which had been encoded with valid stolen numbers, as reported here.

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