Romanian citizens arrested for credit card fraud

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 30, 2011 10:37

Two Romanian citizens were arrested Sunday after being caught withdrawing money on counterfeit credit cards, Israel Radio reported Monday.

The two are charged with setting up secret cameras on various ATMs throughout Tel Aviv to collect secret PINs and credit card number while customers withdrew cash from the machine.Police suspect that the two fraudulently withdrew up to NIS 100,000, and that there are more suspects involved in the crime.


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