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ATM That Steals Your Money (5 pics)

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  • 14 Mar, 2011  |
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Can any one explain how it works? There is a special device in the card slot that steals your card's information. But what does the phone?

1 ATM That Steals Your Money (5 pics)


2 ATM That Steals Your Money (5 pics)


3 ATM That Steals Your Money (5 pics)


4 ATM That Steals Your Money (5 pics)


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№1 Author: kuban (14 Mar 2011 00:31) Total user comments: 21


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phone with camera can record PIN
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№2 Author: paullex (14 Mar 2011 00:40) Total user comments: 592


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When you withdraw, they will then try to steal your card. The phone is to capture your pin number
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№3 Author: spoiltballs (14 Mar 2011 00:50) Total user comments: 11


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nah the phone is for internet to send the card information
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№4 Author: adzhoe (14 Mar 2011 00:56) Total user comments: 14959


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yes.
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№5 Author: heybaberiba (14 Mar 2011 00:56) Total user comments: 23


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The skimmers are usually nearby and get the cardinfo by transmission. The camera is usually for the pin.
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№6 Author: joffenbaker (14 Mar 2011 00:56) Total user comments: 4965


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I think it's to record your pin (pic)
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№7 Author: noxusrules (14 Mar 2011 01:39) Total user comments: 1052


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№8 Author: miscellaneous (14 Mar 2011 02:43) Total user comments: 4179


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the device covering the "card slot"...reads magnetic strip or RFI *Pay Pass* chip in card.

the phone records pin.

perpetrators are near by to receive info.

I have seen articles about people that go around w/RFI readers in their coat pockets
and all they have to do is brush up against your wallet or purse and they can read
your *chip* in your card and steal your money... 02

I have also started to see ads for "Security" wallets and purses that are *lined* so the RFI chip cannot be scanned through them

sad, sad, sad..... 23
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№9 Author: capt.huffnpuff (14 Mar 2011 03:40) Total user comments: 2801


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The pin means nothing without the card number, unless they steel the card, too. 13
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№10 Author: camelwide (14 Mar 2011 05:00) Total user comments: 414


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so how do they install the whole shit without cameras recording them?
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№11 Author: Lord Dodo (14 Mar 2011 10:14) Total user comments: 2064


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the sad (or good?) thing is, there aren't everywhere cameras... 17
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№12 Author: salsapopo (14 Mar 2011 12:28) Total user comments: 12723


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№13 Author: Haro (14 Mar 2011 12:37) Total user comments: 551


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№14 Author: 2fuzzy (14 Mar 2011 13:50) Total user comments: 10400


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I wonder how much longer credit card companies and banks can drag their feet on handing out smart cards.
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№15 Author: jai9313 (14 Mar 2011 14:39) Total user comments: 894


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№16 Author: You-Know-Who (14 Mar 2011 15:12) Total user comments: 499


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№17 Author: Slugsie (14 Mar 2011 15:51) Total user comments: 1522


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This is why I cover my hands with my wallet when I use an ATM, so no-one can see what numbers I enter for my PIN.
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№18 Author: juicyjor (14 Mar 2011 18:10) Total user comments: 20


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the card slot addition prevents the card to be ejected. making the victims think that their card was locked by the machine. those who did this is just nearby waiting for the victim to leave. clever but bad.
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№19 Author: mahedi (14 Mar 2011 18:58) Total user comments: 10772


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WTF
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№20 Author: Lu (14 Mar 2011 19:23) Total user comments: 15082


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Ja, smart card is long overdue.
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№21 Author: raymond.wendt (18 Mar 2011 20:53) Total user comments: 9115


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miscellaneous,
looked like a shady ATM anyway.
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№22 Author: Hardwyre (27 Mar 2011 03:38) Total user comments: 58


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capt.huffnpuff,
That's what the phone is for. It's easy to reprogram a phone to either have a motion detection like sensor/switch, or to use a text message to turn on the camera/video.
camelwide,
Probably do it late at night.. or right out in the open disguised as an ATM repair service just after the bank closes. A lot of times, if you have a uniform on, no one asks questions. Ask the half dozen Safeways around here that got their ATMs emptied by a guy who had an "official looking note binder" and coveralls and big money bag with "Bank Security Solutions" printed on them.
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