If anything else, why broadcast wealth you clearly do not have on the salary you earn
Kvashuk, 25, had been employed in testing Microsoft’s online retail sales platform. He used the access associated with the testing process to steal the value found in online gift cards, ultimately making off with approximately $2.8 million. He used the proceeds to buy, among other things, a $1.6 million lakefront home and a $160,000 Tesla.
It’s pretty clear to me that if you suddenly flaunt wealth beyond your pay grade, you’ve either won the lottery, or are involved in financial crime. Clearly, Kvashuk hadn’t taken this into account.
Not too bright.