A Bank of America insider who stole customers' personally identifiable information and gave it to identity thieves has cost the bank $10 million in losses, according to media reports. The unnamed employee and some 95 others involved in the scam were arrested in February, IDG News reported, citing a special agent with the US …
When I saw that sub-heading...
...I just figured, what kind of insane thief would even think about trying to take on Leonidas?
I thought money only disappeared from bank accounts because naive customers handed over their details.
At least that's what the bank told me when somebody skimmed my card.
Shirley some mistake...
$10G /300 customers = $33K stolen in liquidities, on average, from each account? That seems a bit steep... so the insider targeted the very top end of the customer grade.
And 95 scammers involved in it, how do you even do it? Short of a mob of hooligans, what single criminal operation can be undertaken effectively with such a quantity of people?
apparently not this one...
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