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+ - Fraudsters Scammed iTunes, Amazon For £500,000 Royalties->

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judgecorp
judgecorp writes "A British gang has been convicted of massive fraud on Amazon and iTunes. The group uploaded music (apparently their own) and then downloaded it repeatedly with stolen credit cards, generating £500,000 for themselves in royalties. The cost to Apple and Amazon is likely to be up to £1 million. Eleven people have now been jailed for the scam."
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Fraudsters Scammed iTunes, Amazon For £500,000 Royalties

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