In the ATM scam, thieves use a cunning new trick based on old technology -- glue! -- to fool and rob their unsuspecting victims.
They stick down a number of keys, halting the transaction after users have inserted their cards and keyed in their PIN numbers.
Then, while the victim goes to report that the machine has jammed, the crook sneaks up and completes the transaction by using the ATM's touchscreen.
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