Note to Self: Change Shirt Between Crimes

Sausner, Rebecca
August 2008
Bank Technology News;Aug2008, Vol. 12 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
The article cites a case involving a man who wear the same cloths in doing automated teller machine (ATM) and pre-paid card fraud within a 24-hour period from September 30 to October 1, 2007. The man, identified as Yuri Ryabinin, is caught on surveillance video making 12 ATM withdrawals totaling under $10,000 at a WaMu branch in Brooklyn, New York. Meanwhile, it notes that Ryabinin's enterprise has been traced to a hack that stole card and personal identification number (PIN) data.


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