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Evaldas Rimasauskas, a 50-year-old Lithuanian man has pleaded guilty to his role in stealing a combined $122 million (That's a lot of ZAR!) from Facebook and Google between 2013 and 2015.

His genius plan: invoicing the tech giants for items they hadn't ordered. Surprisingly, both companies paid up.

Posing as the giant Taiwanese hardware manufacturer Quanta Computer Inc, Rimasauskas's forged a variety of documents including contracts, letters and emails. To help legitimize credentials, he even registered Quanta Computer as a company in Latvia.

His efforts were so thorough that for the longest time, no one at Facebook or Google checked to see if Rimasauskas’s invoices were legitimate. They simply paid them.

Evaldas Rimasauskas was eventually caught out by Google and now faces up to 30 years imprisonment when he is sentenced later this year.

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