How The Bank Fraud Scam Works
It should be noted that the above info is not relative to the scam described below. Now, on with the file-
—- —– Here’s what you’ll need –1) A good fake ID. This can be an ID with your picture and someone else’s name, or just the ID of someone who looks like you. This person should be someone you don’t like, or better yet, someone you don’t even know.
2) Checks. These must be in the name of someone else entirely. Stealing these out of someone’s mailbox is your best bet here. The box they come in is really obvious, and it won’t matter if they are later reported missing.
3) A ‘Passbook’ savings account. Open this in the name of the person whose ID you have obtained. Memorize all of this person’s info before entering the bank… you may not even be asked for an ID as this is only a savings account (this seems to be the case roughly 50% of the time). DO NOT OFFER THE ID UNLESS YOU ARE ASKED FOR IT. This will help a lot if you are ever busted for some reason.
A couple things to keep in mind when completing this step:
1. The bank you open this account with MUST NOT be the same bank which issued the checks you have stolen.
2. Try and pick a bank with a bunch of branches close together in your area. The more branches you hit, the more you can make.
My personal preference is to use the drive-up window, but you can go inside the bank if you want. If using the window, make sure and either remove or disguise your license tag(s).
Make a list of all the branches, and plan to hit them all within a period of no more than two days.
Here’s what to do: Make out a check for an amount close to, but less than the amount you opened the account with. Make the check payable to the name on your ID (which is also the name the savings account is under). You may want to write something corny on the memo line, such as “For car parts,” etc. Now, drive up (or walk in) to the teller. Hand her your (fake) ID, Passbook, and the check, telling her that you want to cash it. She will cash the check, no problem.
Next, drive to another branch on your list and do the same thing. This time however, differ the amount of your check slightly.
The beauty of this whole scam is that each branch of the bank has no idea that you have already cashed checks at other branches against that money with which you initially opened the account.
Now this is the kicker: When you have come to the last bank on your list, go inside, fill out a savings-withdrawal slip, and take out the cash you opened the account with.
In order not to get caught, just be sure of these three things:
1. The rightful owner of the ID does not know you (or will not rat you).
2. No one sees you steal the checks.
3. None of the bank employees know you.
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