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call forwarding trick in Las Vegas
From: [email protected]
Your cybercrime task forces and exotic examples sound very intriguing,
however, here in Las Vegas, Nevada we have a situation that is exotic but not
quite in the same way. An "outcall" business has seemingly placed the
telephone numbers of the major hotels into a Database along with the phone
numbers of the local legal "outcall" services. When a "guest" from a hotel
calls to have an exotic dancer entertain him in his hotel room, his call is
"call forwarded" from the service to which he called to allegedly "S. E." and
"R. S.". The "call forwarding" process was accomplished by a Select Call
Forwarding maneauver from "off premises" and was not authorized by the service
which was "by-passed". It seems no one much cares, (except the services from
which the business was stolen), so this character is stealing to the tune of
approximately $200,000.oo per week. How long will it be until he taps into
the banks, etc? Does he pay taxes on his "full income"? How can this
maneauver be cancelled by the owners of the businesses from which are being
stolen? This guy is so brazen/stupid, he brags about "his accomplishment".
Any input would be much appreciated.
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