IPod Scammer Brought up on Federal Charges
Prosecutors have just brought
Here's how the scheme worked: Between March 2006 and October 2007, Woodhams guessed
However, because Apple's return policy requires that defective units be returned within a certain period, Woodhams came up with a scheme to use prepaid VISA gift cards and a UPS store mailbox to get around that pesky detail. That way, instead of having Apple charge him for the replacement iPods, these VISA cards would reject that charge.
It's a clever enough ploy--if only he'd used his powers for good. Maybe Apple should hire him and help show him the error of his ways.