From Indian call centre ‘fraud’ probe (BBC News: 23 June 2005):
Police are investigating reports that the bank account details of 1,000 UK customers, held by Indian call centres, were sold to an undercover reporter.
The Sun claims one of its journalists bought personal details including passwords, addresses and passport data from a Delhi IT worker for Ã‚Â£4.25 each. …
The Sun alleged the computer expert told the reporter he could sell up to 200,000 account details, obtained from fraudulent call centre workers, each month.
Details handed to the reporter had been examined by a security expert who had indicated they were genuine, the paper said.