Monday, August 03, 2009

New ATM scam to be on guard for

A reader sent me this link and I thought I should share. This is not the kind of gadget you want to fall prey to:

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just curious ... why aren't banks keeping a closer eye on THEIR own equipment??? I mean, the modified ATM's are on THEIR property!!! The companies that service these machines, too - why aren't THEY doing something to look for unauthorized "accessories" on these ATM's - like daily???

This whole mess smells like something!

Anonymous said...

Thank you! We all need to keep our eyes out for scammers and low lives who can't make it the legitimate way.

Anonymous said...

They stole our silver during the War of Northern Aggression! Maybe this was just a good old Southern Patriot attempting for reparations.

Anonymous said...

For the most part this ATM setup is done after hours on Friday nights and removed early Monday moring if not late Sunday. The point is banks and the companies that service their ATM's are not around when the setup takes place. I work for a local bank and for months we've been told what to look for. But if we're not around we can't help. So Just Curious, now that you know what to look for, quit complaining, don't be a victim and quick with the conspiracy crap

Anonymous said...

Quit*

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