Federal prosecutors charged three Florida men for allegedly running FakePlastic.net. The site sold blank cards for as little as twelve dollars which customers could then imprint with the personal details of an identity theft victim. Since its launch in April 2011, U.S. attorneys estimate the site was responsible $34.5 million worth of fraud.
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