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When you think of young black millionaires in the 1990’s you may think about athletes, entertainers, and drug dealers. You probably wouldn’t think about a nerd from the hood would...

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When you think of young black millionaires in the 1990’s you may think about athletes, entertainers, and drug dealers. You probably wouldn’t think about a nerd from the hood would or could run a multi-million-dollar hi-tech criminal enterprise.

Well, it’s true, in the 1990’s Gregory Evans and his crew called Hi-Tech Hustlers were making upwards of $5 million a week, before being shutdown in 1997 by the FBI.

What does AT&T, MCI, Sprint, Page Net, Mobile Com, GTE, Cellular One, Sky Tel, Motorola, Compaq, and Dell Computers have in Common? They were all victims of America's Largest Hi-Tech Criminal Organization that call themselves Hi-Tech Hustlers.

This Organization is responsible for over $500 million dollars in theft, corporate losses, and damages in a 12-year span. It was not until one of the founders of the organization, Gregory Evans was caught and indicated by the U.S. attorney's office for hacking and defrauding AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and many others for more than $24 million in a 6-month Hi-Tech crime spree.

While behind bars, Gregory Evans had written some personal Memoirs about his Hi-Tech organizations and the Hi-Tech capers that cost companies and consumers millions of Dollars. This exciting book reads like a blockbuster Movie, even though names, dates and places have been changed to protect the guilty you will find yourself mesmerized, dazzled, and entertained!
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