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Irish ATMs hit from Romania, Italy and Spain: 1 million euro damages

de A.C.
Luni, 19 mai 2008, 9:20 English | Top News

One of the biggest ATM frauds has been discovered in Dublin, Ireland. Banking accounts of some 300 Irish citizens were emptied from Romania, Italy and Spain. Irish police representatives declared that there is a trans-European network linking workers at Dublin with felons in these countries. 

It seems that workers in Dublin copied the numbers and series of their Irish customers and obtained the PIN code by peeking when clients introduced it into the machine. Cloned cards were then used to extract the money from ATMs in Romania, Spain and Italy.

Banking security systems did not observe anything but it was the victims who complained of their money missing. Total damages amount to 1 million euro.

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