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From: kirniki (kirnikigmail.com)
Date: Fri Apr 03 2009 - 20:50:33 CDT
A former child support worker was arrested after attempting to sell
the personal information — including names, Social Security numbers
and bank account numbers — of 1,600 people.
Gilmore was employed until Jan. 8 of this year by Policy Studies,
Inc., a private company that contracts with the Tennessee Department
of Human Services to provide child support services for Davidson
County. He had access while he worked there to personal identification
information, the criminal complaint claims.
He sold a total of 35 names, dates of birth and Social Security
numbers between October 2008 and last month, all to an undercover
operative of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
He claimed to the operative that he had similar information that he
was willing to sell for an additional 1,500 people, and was arrested
while meeting with the operative to deliver the information.
Authorities said the price he was charging for the data was $2,800.
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