Skimmers Found On Chicago ATM’s

Chicago police are warning people that skimming devices have been found recently on more than a dozen ATM’s across the city. Most of the devices were discovered on the North Side. Identity thieves uses skimmers to steal a victim’s personal information. Three were confirmed at Walgreens stores downtown.

Thirteen ATM skimming devices have been found across the city in the last month, at banks and several Walgreens. The skimmers can steal critical personal information. Police said someone attached the devices inside the ATMs and also placed cameras to record PIN numbers as they are entered in some instances. Experts recommend taking a closer look at that ATM card slot




Rockdale Woman Dies in Early Friday Crash Moody’s Holds Illinois’ Credit Steady Tests Show Legionella At Another State Capitol Building Old Joliet Prison Opens For Tours Next Month Registration for Valley View School District To Start July 30th Red Cross On The Scene Of Wednesday Apartment Fire In Bolingbrook