Credit card data found ‘deep in Internet’ in alleged Calgary fraud ring: police

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Calgary police have charged four men, including one from Quebec, after a lengthy investigation into a credit card fraud and identity-theft ring that targeted people across Canada and the United States. Investigators allege the four went deep into the Internet to acquire credit histories, which would then be used to apply for various bank accounts and credit cards. Kristie Verheul said the identities of at least 35 people were stolen by the Calgary-run operation and that the cards appear to have been used to make high-end purchases.

Read the full article at Global News.