ATM repairman who worked for Diebold accused of swapping $200K in fake bills for cash

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27 Responses to “ATM repairman who worked for Diebold accused of swapping $200K in fake bills for cash”

  1. Jake0748 says:

    I thought Tommy Chong was just in trouble for selling bongs.

  2. Gemma says:

    This would be why you don’t leave the cassettes full of cash in the ATM when you get someone in to repair it.

  3. gwailo_joe says:

    I get it. Sometimes. . .the urge to ESCAPE becomes a driving need. 200K is not a bad score either.

    But. . .Phoenix?! Somehow you thought Arizona was such a backwater the authorities would never catch you???

    Perhaps I’ve thought about this more than most people: but if i run. . .i’ll be running for quite some time. and I won’t be fiddle fucking about in my. own. country. for TEN MONTHS!!!

    Amature.

  4. lakelady says:

    hrm, I’m guessing it wasn’t just BofA that he was hitting. Several months ago at a Wells Fargo ATM in the bay area in a group of twenties was a stamp booklet instead of a twenty (same size nearly the same weight a a twenty). I immediately reported it to the bank and got a refund. Glad he got caught

  5. fnc says:

    Smart enough to do some things, but not others.

  6. Frank W says:

    …has been charged with swapping $200,000 in fake bills for real cash at machines.

    And the difference is?

  7. Thebes says:

    He was only robbing it from the corporations who had already stolen it from the people.

  8. Anonymous says:

    so he “has been charged”, not convicted, and yet his clear face and full name are all over the internet. what about “innocent until proven guilty”?

  9. nixiebunny says:

    He forgot to go to Argentina.

  10. Anonymous says:

    Lovely thing about the FB-era is that people provide their own quality mugshots.

  11. Jupiter12 says:

    He looks like a handsomer version of Geddy Lee. And, yeah, it kind of hurts me to say that because I think Rush is a great band.

  12. bkad says:

    Way to commit an easily traced and prosecuted crime. Check plus for you!

    • Chong says:

      This.

      “Hmmm, after that one guy came to service the machine, it’s been giving out counterfeit notes and the real money’s missing. You don’t suppose he had anything to do with it do you?”

  13. g0d5m15t4k3 says:

    Diebold services A LOT MORE banks than just BoA. That’s all I’m going to say.

  14. amanicdroid says:

    “Kioskli pleaded not guilty in San Mateo County Superior Court to charges of burglary, embezzlement, forgery and possession of counterfeiting apparatus. He is being held in lieu of $25,000 bail.”

    I desperately hope he posts bond with 20s.

  15. Gracklewolf says:

    His name is Kiosk(li)??? Fake!

  16. Shibi says:

    So glad I don’t bank at BofA anymore.

  17. Anonymous says:

    A bad citizen! Doesn’t he know that Diebold machines are for stealing ELECTIONS, not mere money!

  18. Pyre says:

    Yes, well, Diebold hires only the most reliable and trustworthy employees in the first place, which is why you can trust their trade-secreted unauditable election systems to count your votes correctly….

  19. johan,karlskrona says:

    This must be the before $200 000 picture, or he’s innocent.

  20. Flying_Monkey says:

    #94 in the series, “Criminals who look like people always imagine criminals look”…

  21. jaytkay says:

    Mike Myers has really let himself go.

  22. emmdeeaych says:

    did he ever work on their election machines?

  23. Pantograph says:

    He looks young for a 64 year old. He even looks young for a 46 year old.

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