Online ID Thief Sentenced to Fourteen Years
Posted on Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 by Elaine Rigoli
A man accused of running an online business that sold counterfeit credit cards embedded with account information was sentenced to fourteen years in prison. According to this article, federal agents "discovered machinery capable of making counterfeit credit cards and 21,000 stolen credit card numbers and other ancillary data stashed in his computers and email accounts."
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