Gang Uses Stolen Credit Cards To Buy Own Music On Amazon/iTunes, Collect Royalties

June 12, 2009

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That's right, some gang of criminal masterminds operating out of Britain uploaded songs to iTunes and Amazon and then, using 1,500 stolen credit cards, bought $750,000 worth of their own songs, netting them nearly $300,000 in royalties.

Six men and three women were arrested yesterday by 60 officers at addresses in London, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Kent. A man in his forties, was arrested later.

They are all being held in custody on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud and money laundering.

A police source said: "We will not know why they did what they did until we have conducted all the interviews."

Yeah, gee, I WONDER WHY THEY DID IT. Probably the same reason anyone partakes in criminal activity -- to pretend you're a rockstar.

Criminal gang bought own music on iTunes and Amazon using stolen cards

Thanks to ff, who tried to sell a music video on iTunes that was secretly just a video of him fapping.

  • Ryan Dodson


  • TheCheapGamer

    Why is it all crossed out?

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