A series of allegations surrounding Seungri of Big Bang may have brought down his entire career, as the Korean pop star on Monday announced his retirement.“I feel like it is best from me to retire from the entertainment business at this point,” Seungri said via his Instagram page, adding that the matter in which he was involved is so serious he had decided to retire. “I will sincerely submit to the investigation o...
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Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie McKENZIE (September 5) McKenzie (Tenn.) Police Department is alerting the public about “skimmer” devices found at two gas pumps at a local convenience store. The devices use Bluetooth technology to download information from a customer’s credit/debit card. The thief can be receive the Bluetooth signal from as far as 100 feet away from the skimmer Within the past few weeks, these skimming devices were used to steal credit/debit card data from several local victims, including the City of McKenzie. The stolen information was then used for fraudulent use in another state In anyone has been a victim of fraudulent credit/debit card transactions, please call the local law…