For Douglas D. Anderson and Richard H. Urban, a celebrated automated teller machine crime in 1993 pointed to a business opportunity.

The ATM industry veterans were working at Electronic Payment Services Inc. when two thieves installed a dummy Fujitsu ATM in a Connecticut shopping mall, capturing people's account numbers and defrauding banks of more than $100,000.

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