How would one go about this? Yesterday, we received a call from our bank, advising us of suspicious activity in our business bank account. We pulled up the account on the computer and watched the balance draining away. We told the bank to freeze the account immediately and headed to our local bank, but by that time a tidy sum had slipped away. The funds were being withdrawn from a series of ATM machines in New York via debit card. (We're in North Carolina.) The bank officer wanted to know how long the card had been missing, and who had the business account PIN number. The answer was: the card is not missing, and absolutely no one has that PIN. The bank contacted their investigative division, who asked the same question. When they received the same answer, they seemed stymied. The investigator said, "but the person is using your debit card, and has your PIN. Unless the person had physical access to your card, and knew your PIN, this shouldn't be possible." Frankly, it sounded a bit like the movie Terminator 2, when the boy used a laptop connected to a card to randomly generate numbers until he hit upon a valid combination, and withdrew cash from the ATM. Does anyone know if this Hollywood hooyah is technically possible? A one dollar "Refund Card Activity Fee" popped up on our account, and within a couple of hours, the withdrawal activity started. If one of you more technically savvy Monkeys had the desire to be larcenous, how would you accomplish this?