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Apple Store Employee Bypassed Security Checks to Accept Known Bad Checks

Published on June 5, 2012, by in Case Studies.

Roberto Sanchez, a former Apple Store employee in New Hampshire, reached a plea bargain to serve three months in jail after intentionally bypassing security procedures to accept bad checks from a friend allowing the theft of nearly $150,000. Read More


As Consumers Use Debit Cards More and Checks Less, Fraudsters Adjust Accordingly

In recent years consumers have been using their debit cards more often while relying less on paper checks, meanwhile fraud rates on these billing instruments rise and fall with consumer use, but at different rates. Read More


Couple Continued Mail Theft and Fraud for Over 10 Years

A man and woman have been charged with multiple counts of burglary, manufacturing and selling government IDs, and forgery for a scam they’ve been operating since at least 2008, but the two were also convicted of similar crimes back in 1999. Read More

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