Two Romanian nationals who were extradited to the US in May have confessed their involvement in a $10m scam aimed at stealing credit and debit card data from payment terminals at hundreds of Subway restaurants and other merchants across the US, according to the United States Attorney's Office. Iulian Dolan, 28, of Craiova, …
Can't help but think that little Subway jingle, "Five dollar foot long...", is going to take on a whole new meaning when they're behind bars.
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It's in the stall next to the urinal.
Re: Why anonymous?
Can Anonymous please dox the tremendous faggot who makes up prison rape jokes as AC whenever an article about law enforcement comes up?
Five dollar foot long?
Re: Why anonymous?
Not your personal army!
The people at the back of the queue in Subway might be excused for thinking that somebody who gets out a credit card to pay for a sandwich probably deserves identity theft.
What about debit cards hun.
Numerous reason to use credit cards
Quicker to use than cash
Easier to track my expenses each month
Builds up credit
Charges can be disputed
Can be expensed when using the company card
If my wallet gets stolen, I don't lose a cent
Re: Numerous reason to use credit cards
Paying with cash is instant, so I'm impressed that you can securely exchange credit card details faster than 'instantly'.
Foreign nationals extradited to the US? There must be some sort of conspiracy, or disproportionate punishment here, why couldn't they be tried in their home country, etc. etc.
Re: Hang on...
Interestingly, the article doesn't say whether or not they were in the US at the time of the offences.
They may have bunked off back to Romania when they learned that the game was afoot, so to speak.
Subway should be convicted of sandwich fraud
Or maybe I'm just bitter that $5 footlong == £5 footlong.
Re: Subway should be convicted of sandwich fraud
Then again, I could quite happily spend $5 on a 5lb hot pastrami & roast beef footlong.
Needs a dolan icon. :(
5 BPS for a footlong?
Jeezus, you guys are getting screwed. I mean Subway does in a pinch but just too damn much. Lordy how I hate (inter) national chain operations...
Hack and go to prison
Some people never learn. They will in prison.
Guilty, because they didn't meet the 0 day exploits limit imposed by U.S. Government to hack others.
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