Sandwich Scam Artists: Men Busted With $40,000 of Hacked Subway Gift Cards

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The don't have five-dollar footlongs in jail. Photo: Courtesy Subway

In what seems to be an increasing occurrence, Ars Technica reports that two California-based scam artists have been charged with hacking thirteen POS machines and adding lots of nonexistent cash to Subway gift cards. "At least $40,000" was loaded onto the gift cards, which were then sold at a discount on sites like Craigslist and eBay. Maybe these guys could join forces with the mother-daughter duo who cracked Coca-Cola's code-based bottlecap contest and take down McDonald's Monopoly once and for all. [Ars Technica via Eater, Earlier]