The FBI Shuts Down Fraudulent Credit Card Fraud Sites

The FBI Shuts Down Fraudulent Credit Card Fraud Sites

After a two-year investigation into fraudulent credit card websites, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the United Kingdom’s SOCA (Serious Organized Crime Agency) arrested three men and shut down 36 fraudulent websites that were involved in the sale of personal information and credit card data.

The fraudulent websites used e-commerce platforms known as Automated Vending Carts (AVCs), that allow criminals to sell large amounts of stolen personal and financial data quickly and easily.

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