Bank Worker In Impersonation ScamMonday, 26th June 2017 at 7:09pm
The Basildon, Canvey and Southend Echo reports that a 24-year-old bank worker took part in a “sophisticated fraud” which saw scammers steal millions of pounds from rich customers using a string of impersonators.
Molly Jones scoured computer systems at Lloyds Bank for rarely-accessed accounts holding large sums of money before passing the details to a criminal gang.
The gang then ordered new bank cards so imposters could pose as the customers and set up transfers of hundreds of thousands of pounds.
One victim lost more than £750,000 after an unknown man used a fake driving licence in his name to set up two transfers over three days.
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