Millions Steals from Cancer Hospital as Printer Toner Scam - Cool New Gadgets and Gizmos Blog
Marque Gumbs, a 32 year old clerk in New York's Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center made $37,000 a year officially. He actually ranked in millions by ordering and flipping thousands of unneeded toner ink cartridges

When the hospital's printers needed new toners, he was responsible for ordering and receiving them, and then installing them in the facility's various printers. He got a $1000 paycheck every two weeks for doing this. But according to a recently filed criminal complaint, Gumbs ordered $3.8 million unnecessary and incompatible cartridges over the last six years. Reports say that none of these cartridges ever used into the hospital.

Recently, he has caught red-handed through a footage shows him intercepting the toner deliveries and ferreting them off to the hospital's garage. He's currently being held on a charge grand larceny in excess of $1 million. OMG...
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  1. Sabita // December 22, 2010 at 6:35 AM

    i really agree with your post...thanks for sharing....

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