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+ - US, European law enforcement take down $3M high-end online fraud scheme->

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coondoggie
coondoggie writes "The US Department of Justice, working with a team of international law enforcement officials today said it took out an online fraud scheme that sold some $3 million worth of all manner of high-end items such as cars, motorcycles and boats on eBay, Cars.com, AutoTrader.com and CycleTrader.com. Trouble was, none of the high-end items really existed."
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US, European law enforcement take down $3M high-end online fraud scheme

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