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Insider credit card breach leads to $400,000 Saks shopping spree

2014/09/15

eSecurity Planet - (New York) Authorities arrested six former employees of a New York City Saks Fifth Avenue store September 5 for allegedly stealing the payment card information of at least 22 customers from store computers and using the data to purchase $400,000 in merchandise, some of which was returned to the store for refunds that were delivered to accounts in the suspects' control.

Source: http://www.esecurityplanet.com/network-security/insider-credit-card-breach-leads-to-400000-saks-shopping-spree.html

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