Using a "skimmer," Lexington police detective Gene Haynes showed how easily the information stored on a credit card can be compromised. The information then can be emailed, downloaded or "cloned" by imprinting it onto any card with a magnetic strip.
Using a "skimmer," Lexington police detective Gene Haynes showed how easily the information stored on a credit card can be compromised. The information then can be emailed, downloaded or "cloned" by imprinting it onto any card with a magnetic strip. Lexington Herald-Leader
Using a "skimmer," Lexington police detective Gene Haynes showed how easily the information stored on a credit card can be compromised. The information then can be emailed, downloaded or "cloned" by imprinting it onto any card with a magnetic strip. Lexington Herald-Leader

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