Most people have a hard time remembering their own phone number but a man in Tokyo had no issue remembering over 1,300 credit card numbers that he used to commit fraud. Yusuke Taniguchi was arrested after officials say they uncovered the fraud by the part-time mall employee. He worked the register at a retail store and whenever a customer would pay by credit card, he allegedly memorized their 16-digit-number, name, expiry date, and security code, all in the time it took to process their purchase. He then would buy items online and then would take the items and sell them through a pawnshop for money to use on living expenses like food and rent. Police found a notebook with all his notes and info on the customers. They say he has a photogenic memory.
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