Irish bank teller commits insider theft of customer data, gets suspended sentence

Maura Byrne reports on Independent.ie that a Bank of Ireland cashier who used a skimmer to steal data from 87 customer accounts that was used to steal almost €320,000 being taken from their accounts — has been given a suspended sentence.

The theft occurred between October 2006 and February 2007. Darren McComiskey reportedly passed the customer details on to two eastern European men who used the information.

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