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(Philly.com)   Philadelphia Eagles offensive lineman gives $225,000 to a parking lot attendant. Well, not voluntarily   (philly.com) divider line 7
    More: Interesting, Todd Herremans, Philadelphia Eagles, lineman, parking lot attendants, United States Attorney, bank fraud  
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2013-10-24 09:49:09 AM
"Using the number, Von Ryan transfered $225,034.52 from Herremans' UBS checking account to his own, U.S. Attorney Zane David Memeger said. The transfers occured between 2009 and 2012.  "


Must be nice to not even register on your radar that your account is missing on average almost 60k a year.
 
2013-10-24 10:17:22 AM
This better not turn out to be some drug deal. My hobbled fantasy QB can't afford to lose any linemen.
 
2013-10-24 11:02:22 AM

Leader O'Cola: "Using the number, Von Ryan transfered $225,034.52 from Herremans' UBS checking account to his own, U.S. Attorney Zane David Memeger said. The transfers occured between 2009 and 2012.  "


Must be nice to not even register on your radar that your account is missing on average almost 60k a year.


No shiat! I'd be like, "Who stole that $10!!!"
 
2013-10-24 11:23:56 AM
From the car, he took documents that contained the player's checking account number.

You're going to need a lot more than an account number to steal from the account. Unless someone at the bank is grossly negligent, I guess.
 
2013-10-24 11:28:19 AM

Super Chronic: You're going to need a lot more than an account number to steal from the account. Unless someone at the bank is grossly negligent, I guess.


Actually, for many electronic transfers, you generally only need the account number, routing number, and name on the account. And maybe address. All of which, of course, are available on checks.

Unless, of course, the account holder and/or bank has a notification/approval process for any external transfer accounts. But I would imagine that's rare by default.
 
2013-10-24 11:53:19 AM

Joe_diGriz: Super Chronic: You're going to need a lot more than an account number to steal from the account. Unless someone at the bank is grossly negligent, I guess.

Actually, for many electronic transfers, you generally only need the account number, routing number, and name on the account. And maybe address. All of which, of course, are available on checks.


Certainly to transfer to an account, but to transfer from an account, the bank verifies that you're the account owner. Otherwise, every time you wrote a check to someone, you'd be opening up yourself to theft.

Which makes me somewhat suspicious that this wasn't drug deals over multiple years.
 
2013-10-24 10:29:53 PM
Dude has WAY too much money if he doesn't know he's missing a quarter mil.

Damn.
 
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