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Just a few days after Sony announced that their Playstation Network Database of customers may be susceptible to credit card fraud after Hackers dismantled their entire operations, as many as 2.2 Million Credit Card accounts and their related information are up for grabs on the black market.
In addition to this, many Playstation Network customers have been contacting Sony, to report fraudulent activity had been executed on their accounts, with transactions being made from purchasing airline tickets, to large purchases including flat screens and laptop computers.
We’re about to see a whole wave of activity from these Hackers, but guaranteed… they will be caught, and they will end up serving a whole lot more time than they had anticipated, making anything they did clearly not worth the risk.
2.2 Million counts of credit card fraud is not something you would want on your record, or to have to try and fight out in court. You will never again see the light of day
Rapper 50 Cent has been targeted by credit card fraudsters who have allegedly attempted to make unauthorized purchases using his account, according to a report.
Two men were arrested in West Hartford, Connecticut over allegations they tried to buy two $1,000 flatscreen TVs from a local electronics store last year using the hip-hop star’s American Express number, according to the New York Daily News.
The pair was detained by cops after the store owner became suspicious and called the credit card company.
The publication reports there have been other attempts to illegally use 50 Cent’s card details in two other towns in Connecticut, as well as in New York.
Defense attorney, Frank Canace, who is representing one of the men arrested, refused to comment as the case is still pending.
An American Express spokeswoman tells the New York Daily News, “(We) will not hold our card members liable for any fraudulent charges.”