With superhuman memory, the Japanese cashier memorized the swipe card information of 1,300 customers to conduct fraud.

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Bằng trí nhớ hình ảnh siêu phàm, anh thu ngân Nhật học thuộc thông tin thẻ quẹt của 1.300 khách hàng để tiến hành lừa đảo - Ảnh 1.

Without using a device to steal the card data (like these two brothers), without the need to deceive the century to get the parameters written on the card, Mr. Yusuke Taniguchi can still meet the credit card information of 1,300 people with the most sophisticated tool in this Universe: the human brain. Reading someone else’s card, he could instantly remember the numbers written on it through a special ability called eidetic / photographic memory.

Yusuke Taniguchi is a 34-year-old cashier, working at a shopping mall in Koto City, Japan, he possesses an ability few people have as a visual memory – can remember like printing a book page dense, as if he saved the memory as an image, and then still be able to pull it out a few months later. However, there are some conflicting opinions, that science confirms that we still do not have good evidence for graphic memory, and that Taniguchi has a different ability than “eidetic memory” to remember. Get the event happened with very high precision.

Bằng trí nhớ hình ảnh siêu phàm, anh thu ngân Nhật học thuộc thông tin thẻ quẹt của 1.300 khách hàng để tiến hành lừa đảo - Ảnh 2.

Either way, eidetic or graphic, we have to confirm that Taniguchi’s memory is superhuman, can glance at the customer’s credit card to remember the name, card number, expiration date and security code. and then put it in a notebook. Each of his crimes did not use his superior intelligence to solve crimes or anything similar, but used to steal other people’s money.

According to Soranews24, the police said that Taniguchi had admitted using stolen credit card information to make purchases, and then “plugged in” things to make ends meet.

Fortunately, Taniguchi’s gift was not up to par, his mind was not at the level of genius when he just had a notebook to record all the stolen cards, and he ship directly with food money. steal … to my house. Japanese police immediately caught Taniguchi after he bought several bags for a total of more than $ 2,500.

This is also a cautionary lesson for our users: be careful with your card information, especially when there are “superheroes” like Taniguchi walking in the middle of life. And one more way to ensure you do not lose money wrongly, it is to regularly check transactions on your account.

The money goes into the intestine.

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