Even rich people are gullible.

Internet fraudsters proved that by tricking well-heeled international banking customers of Banco de Credito del Peru into providing confidential bank and personal information. While the bank denies the fraudsters got their hands on any money from accounts at its Coral Gables, Fla., agency office, Peru’s largest bank has taken the uncommon step of filing a lawsuit in federal court against the John Does behind the scheme.

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