Nassau banker charged in theft of cus...

Nassau banker charged in theft of customer's ATM card -- Prosec...

There are 28 comments on the Newsday story from Apr 1, 2008, titled Nassau banker charged in theft of customer's ATM card -- Prosec.... In it, Newsday reports that:

A North Massapequa bank employee stole a customer's ATM card and password and used it to withdraw more than $15,000 in cash, Nassau police said.

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BUSTER

AOL

#24 Apr 1, 2008
"Highly Trained." Wow, how personal can you get?
Well

Farmingdale, NY

#25 Apr 1, 2008
The 51st state LI wrote:
Stick the stolen card up his ass sideways and then hang him.
I'd rather see someone like you dead, or better yet tortured, than this guy. You are despicable. May you and everyone in your family get a horrible, debilitating disease. Go hang yourself
I N S

Holtsville, NY

#26 Apr 1, 2008
The JP Morgan Chase Bank worker, Nabil Graiss, 53, of Farmingdale, was arrested Monday.

Send this camel jockey back to the 3rd world nation that he hails from a.s.a.p. No offence.
Check Six

Fort Lee, NJ

#27 Apr 4, 2008
Well wrote:
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The 51st state LI wrote:
Stick the stolen card up his **** sideways and then hang him.

I'd rather see someone like you dead, or better yet tortured, than this guy. You are despicable. May you and everyone in your family get a horrible, debilitating disease. Go hang yourself
Nice to see you taking the high road...
tonyeyo

Wantagh, NY

#28 Mar 14, 2010
I N S wrote:
The JP Morgan Chase Bank worker, Nabil Graiss, 53, of Farmingdale, was arrested Monday.
Send this camel jockey back to the 3rd world nation that he hails from a.s.a.p. No offence.
your the one from Plainview whos probably an over opinionated jew who would be posting on something to do with money aka cheap saying such an awful thing about camel jockeys? people like you would steal from a Walmart to save 50 cents. your a pos and btw happy passover in a week u cheap mofo. not to mention Im pretty sure this guy Wasnt convicted of anything....o and spell offense right schmuck.
tonyeyo

Wantagh, NY

#29 Mar 14, 2010
im doing a paper on identity theft in my crim justice class at st. johns and looking up cases on long island and most people charged with this are aquitted due to the fact of people falsely accusing just to gain money un earned all bankers are at risk of these false accusations due to the fact that they have the access to peoples accounts and such hopefully in time people will be able to realize the the severity of falsely accusing the innocent, im sure this man had nothing to do with the case at hand it also takes years and years to track down these identity thieves and its very easy to point fingers and wrongfully identify. not to mention everyone loves to accuse those of minorities.
tootsie

Neptune, NJ

#30 May 24, 2010
just like all the cops who get caught breaking the law. I guess not as bad as that Anthony Battisti charater though. He's the one we should hang...some sort of death pen for that scum of the earth
dwho

Neptune, NJ

#31 May 26, 2010
15,000??? really

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