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Eli Portnoy worried something was wrong when he went to pump gas at the station near his Miami Beach neighborhood.

"I actually played with the terminal to make sure it was loose of all things,” Portnoy reported.

Since he did not see anything unusual, he went on to fill his tank.

Two days later, he got a call from his credit card company questioning some charges that were made. Charges he says he didn’t make.

Soon, Portnoy realized his credit card information was breeched and he was able to trace it back to his neighborhood gas station.

"So I started d
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oing homework and realized that there were other people that allegedly had their card stolen at the same location and I felt compelled. Someone needed to do something," he said.

"The question is what's the solution? And I don't know what it is other than using cash."

Skimmers continue to be found in gas pumps across Florida. 128 skimmers have been found statewide through mid-April 2017. That’s on track to pass last year’s total when 219 skimmers were found.

A law that went into effect in October 2016 was aimed at preventing these crimes. It required gas stations to have security measures including a sticky seal that would notify workers if someone had tampered with the pump.

“If the door opens, the seal breaks,” said Miami-Dade Economics Crime Detective Marcos Rodriguez explained. “Once you pull the seal off, it says void.”

Investigators from NBC 6 obtained the list of the stations where state inspectors have found skimmers this year but didn’t find security in place. Three locations we checked, there still weren’t seals on the pumps last week.

But what’s more alarming is that at more than half of the gas stations where the state has found skimmers, security tape was properly in place.

 “What they’ll do is, they’ll come, rip the seal out, put in the skimming device, and put the duplicate seal over the pump,” he explained.
He also says the department is seeing thieves being more creative with the skimmers they use. That includes a skimmer that looks almost exactly like where the card gets inserted.

Even someone who knows what to look for would have a hard time seeing it.
“You won’t even see the hanging wire,” he said.

He said thieves are even using Bluetooth technology to retrieve the credit card information without having to open up the machine.

“It gives them the ability to quickly come by and download whatever numbers the skimming device has inside,” he said.
Rodriguez recommends against using a pump with a seal that’s been tampered with or a pump that doesn’t have one. He also recommends using the pump closest to and in sight of a clerk. He also says to pay inside rather than at the pump.

In May, a Florida mother gave birth last a baby girl who weighed 13 pounds, 5 ounces. Thankfully, mother and daughter are doing all right.

Proud mama Christine Corbitt delivered her third child, Carleigh Brooke, at the Orange Park Medical Center on May 15, Fox 30 reported.

“When the baby was coming out, I was like, ‘is this baby ever going to end?’” Dr. Eric Edelenbos, who delivered Carleigh, told the news station.

Edelenbos said Carleigh is the largest baby he has delivered in his career.

Corbitt is no stranger to big babies, “I’ve had
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nine-and 10-pound babies and I figured maybe she’d be 10 pounds,” she said .  “I’d have another 10-pound baby, but she was a surprise.”

Baby Carleigh experienced gestational diabetes when she was first born, so she had to remain in a neonatal intensive care unit briefly until her blood sugar levels were normal.

As for Carleigh’s mother,  she says she does not intend to have any more children for the time being.

“I’m done. I’m done. No more babies for me,” Christine said.
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