Counterfeit ATM cash machines Robert Siciliano Identity Theft Expert www.IDTheftSecurity.com





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Published on Dec 1, 2009

ATMs are everywhere. And they're what many people use for banking. But our investigation found that anyone can buy one and crooks could use them to swipe your financial info. 7's Jonathan Hall uncovers how to catch a counterfeit cash machine.

Take a look at this ATM. It's on the sidewalk, right next to a restaurant. It looks like any other one you might see, right?

But be warned. If you try to use this machine, you won't get any cash, and you might get your identity stolen.

That's because this ATM is not legitimate. It's a used ATM that was sold online.

Robert Siciliano, IDTheftSecurity.com
"The ATM itself cost me $750 off of Craigslist. It was from a bar that was closing down."


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