We leeched these skimmer photos off a Russian kiddie-hax site. Skimmers are old news in Europe, but I read stories about them every once-in-awhile here in North America. Be careful. Study the photos below and be on the lookout for these devices whenever you use the ATM. They are usually double-sided taped to the card slot and the keypad, as well. BE SUSPICIOUS! These cons are getting better and better every day. I remember, a few years back the con-men had cameras mounted to grab your PIN, but now they just place an overlay over the keypad instead. Genius!
More photos after the jump…
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