Eight people have been indicted by a court, accused of stealing personal info from files at US telecoms giant AT&T and using the data to defraud tens of thousands of dollars from credit and debit cards. All were in the age group of 21 – 31. The head of the group was Syrilien who was an employee of Interactive Response Technologies (IRT), IRT is a third party which provides staffing for call centers to handle direct sales and customer inquiries for AT&T. Syrilien provided a co-conspirator with personal identifying information from multiple AT&T customer files. Once a co-conspirators name …continue reading
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