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  • Former FIU student speaks out on being accused of stealing frequent flier miles

    Milad Avadzavani , a former Florida International University student, stands accused of hacking into the AAdvantage accounts of high-mileage customers and siphoning off enough points to charge trips and cars worth more than $260,000.

Milad Avadzavani , a former Florida International University student, stands accused of hacking into the AAdvantage accounts of high-mileage customers and siphoning off enough points to charge trips and cars worth more than $260,000. David Ovalle dovalle@miamiherald.com
Milad Avadzavani , a former Florida International University student, stands accused of hacking into the AAdvantage accounts of high-mileage customers and siphoning off enough points to charge trips and cars worth more than $260,000. David Ovalle dovalle@miamiherald.com

Student accused of flying high on $260,000 worth of stolen miles

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