Serban used skimming devices on ATMs at Associated Credit Union locations across the metro area, the Justice Department said. The devices electronically recorded debit card numbers and used a small camera to video record the ATM’s keyboard while customers entered their PINs.
Serban used the information to create new debit cards and drained more than 70 victims’ bank accounts, the Justice Department said. He worked with co-conspirators who are now facing criminal charges in South Carolina.
In addition to the prison sentence, Serban must pay $84,760.50 in restitution.
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