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UK Agency rescued 2.5 million credit cards from International Crime Organization.

SOCA Serious Organised Crime Agency

According to the Serious Organized Crime Agency SOCA (British organization), they have now shuttered 36 websites in the UK, US and Australia which were selling compromised credit card data. Working with american agencies like the FBI, the SOCA says to media that this development is the culmination of more than two years of investigative work.

Not to be outdone, SOCA also confirmed it has arrested two British men who were caught making purchases of credit card data on these sites.

The arrested, one in Stanford and one in Tottenham, London  were caught making large scale purchases, bulk buying card details, presumably with the intention to commit fraud, accordingly to SOCA sources.

SOCA has been able to recover the details of more than two-and-a-half million credit cards, preventing potential fraud.

SOCA tackles serious organised crime that affects the United Kingdom and its citizens. This includes Class A drugs, people smuggling and human trafficking, major gun crime, fraud, computer crime and money laundering.