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The proprietors of this service say it will take 40-45 percent of the value of the theft, depending on the amount stolen.
In 2010, the U.S. Justice Department targeted one such network in New York City, charging more than three dozen J1s with knowingly assisting in the theft of funds from organizations that had been victimized by cyber fraud. But was that enough? Read the article to find out more about these e-robbers.