- Google and Facebook paid up fake invoices worth $122 million to a Lithuanian man.
- The tech giants did not realise that the invoices were for things they did not even order.
- The Lithuanian man pretended to be a vendor from Taiwanese hardware company Quanta Computer Inc.
A Lithuanian man managed to dupe two of the world’s biggest corporations - Google and Facebook - by producing fake invoices, which the companies paid up without a shadow of doubt. Evaldas Rimasauskas of Lithuania duped Facebook of $99 million and made Google pay up $23 million between 2013 and 2015, by simply sending them fake invoices for things they did not even order and supporting his claims with forged paperwork and emails from corporate executives.