Thursday, November 02, 2006

CEO of Compulinx steals employees' identities, racks up massive credit card debt

A lot of us work for other people. We trust that they'll keep our employee data safe. Well, this guy, broke that confidence. Terrence D. Chalk, 44, of White Plains and his nephew, Damon T. Chalk, 35, used employee data to get credit cards, which they then used to rack up some pretty hefty debt.

Terrence, the CEO of Compulinx, faces 165 years in prison. Damon faces 35 years. I hope they both rot in hell.