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

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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