ATM Frauds and Thefts - Cards Get Stolen Easily


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Amazing ATM card fraud slideshow of sequence of events showing how thieves can steal your ATM card and Pin number easily.


By: joshinshajic (94 month(s) ago)

amazing presentation

By: don72000 (99 month(s) ago)

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By: brabazon (111 month(s) ago)

on the premise that prevention is better than cure, I applaud Barclays for this presentation. But what avout the other banks who issue ATM cards? What efforts are being made to assist their customers with the potential nightmare of ATM frauds. I have just lost my entire life savings, without a word of warning, a dull silence when reporting the frauds, and a marked reticence to look any further into my allegations and suspicions of collusion with the criedit card company issuing the ATM card. Where do I go for help? The ombudsman has bounced my complaints straight back to me, suggesting I first seek some kend of settlement with the bank. I have been trying to do this for 15 months, and met with nothing but nothingness and/or hhostility. The best they could do was a note to the effect that everything appears to be ¨Normal¨. Thanks a bunch. What is everything and what is normal? Answere: No comment. No reply. I have met the proverbial brick wall of silence. Any advice from other consumers with similar experience of the reticent bank, would be extremely helpful, if only comforting. It has gone far enough. ATMs are a can of worms, and it is about time that its contents are fully exposed.

Presentation Transcript

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ATM THEFTS In our first slide you see an individual who apparently is making a bank transaction at the ATM.

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What he really is doing is placing a trap in the ATM machine to “capture” the next user card. Placing the trap

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Lookout Warning Altering the ATMs is a risky business, these individuals work in teams. The lookout warns of any possible eye witnesses / or of the next potential victim.

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Here we see the next client using the ATM, after the trap has been set. He inserts his card and begins his transaction. The Victim

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Springing the TRAP The ATM card is confiscated, and the customer is confused, asking himself, Why has my card been confiscated? However, here we see the cavalry coming to help, (HELP!!!).

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Honest,Samaritan Offering HELP Here we see the thief pretending to help. What he is really doing is trying to gain the “customers” PIN, now that he has captured his card.

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Gaining access to the PIN The good Samaritan convinces the “Customer” He can recover the card, if he presses his PIN at the same time the Samaritan press “cancel” and “enter”.

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Situation Hopeless, “They Leave” After several attempts the “customer” is convinced his card has been confiscated. The “customer” and the Samaritan leave the ATM.

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Recovering the CARD Satisfied the area is clear, the thief returns to recover the confiscated card from his trap. He not only has the card, he also has the PIN the “customer” provided unknowingly.

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The Escape In possession of the card and the PIN he leaves the ATM with R4,000 from the “Customers” account.

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THE TRAP The trap is made up of XRAY film, which is the preferred material by thieves; Simply because of the black color which is similar in appearance to the slot on the card reader.

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Placing the TRAP The trap is then inserted into the ATM slot. Care is taken not to insert the entire film into the slot, the ends are folded and contain glue strips for better adhesion to the inner and outer surface of the slots.

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INVISIBLE Once the ends are firmly glued and fixed to the slot, it is almost impossible to detect by unsuspecting clients.

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How is your card confiscated? Slits are cut into both sides of the trap, This prevents your card being returned prior to completing your transaction.

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Retrieval of Confiscated card. As soon as the “Customer” has gone, and they have your PIN , The thief can remove the glued trap, by grasping the folded tips, he simply pulls the trap out that has retained your card..

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RECOMENDATIONS. 1.-Once your card has been confiscated, observe the ATM slot and the card reader for any signs of tampering. Should you see the film tips glued to the slot, unglue, pull the trap out and recover your card. 2.- Report IMMEDIATELY to the BanK.

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Send this message to friends and family immediately.

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