Federal prosecutors have accused eight individuals of fraudulently obtaining $22m worth of wireless devices and services from AT&T and T-Mobile in an elaborate four-year scheme that exploited weaknesses in the cellular providers' network. Between 2005 and July this year, two of the defendants used their status as current or …
What can you do against a mole?
If it weren't an authorized cell phone dealer (which also means customer service agent--thus they need the access to perform changes to services), it would've been someone else in those networks who has to access customer records for a living.
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