Credit Card Fraud Suspects Nabbed over Careless Typo

An eagle-eyed clerk at the new Neiman Marcus department store at Hudson Yards in New York helped bust a credit-card fraud ring — by noticing a lower-case letter on a bogus card that didn’t look right, law-enforcement sources told The Post.

Workers at the West Side development’s sleek new shopping mall were told to be on the lookout for phony cards, so when the unidentified clerk noticed the word “please” wasn’t capitalized at the beginning of a sentence on the back of a Neiman Marcus card on March 21, he raised the alarm, sources said… New York Post

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