...there ought to be a law against it.
The denizens of online forums dedicated to trading in stolen credit cards have been shown to be wretched hives of scum and villainy. This not-so-surprising news comes this week via academics at Washington State University (WSU) in the US, who eavesdropped on the activities of two marketplaces and read over 10,714 posts to …
"Oh, that criminal who was going to sell me a thing to help me commit crimes actually committed fraud and took my money and didn't even give me the thing in return!"
Oh, no. You should go to the police. Oops. You can't. Because what you wanted was illegal in the first place and you were just dropping yourself in it.
I do wonder, though, how they paid them - presumably such payment is Bitcoin or something. I doubt a card-skimming forum would accept credit card or Paypal!
It's like a drug dealer selling them talc. What are they going to do? Dob him in? And face a charge themselves?
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