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Romanian National admits to international ATM skimming scheme

2015/08/17

U.S. Attorney's Office Eastern District of Pennsylvania - (International) A Romanian citizen pleaded guilty in Philadelphia August 17 to his role in an international scheme in which conspirators allegedly placed skimming devices on ATMs in Europe and the U.S., and withdrew funds from compromised accounts. Authorities arrested the man in South Carolina and found a total of 4,583 stolen bank card numbers, ATM skimming devices, and about $15,000 in stolen funds.

Source: https://www.fbi.gov/philadelphia/press-releases/2015/romanian-national-admits-to-international-atm-skimming-scheme

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