Are Dynamic IP Addresses restricted to a certain area within a country or do they cover the whole country? For example is it possible for someone in New York to have the same Dynamic IP Address as a user in California? Or can the Dynamic IP address only be shared by users within say California (& then a separate list of IP Addresses used by users in New York)?
We believe we unearthed cyber-fraud at work, we have a customer with a home address in the far north of Romania but their IP address is in the South, they are claiming the use of a Dynamic IP address is the reason.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
IPs belong to one person.
Sounds more like a VPN.
Have you verified that the home address is a legitimate one? or even if its a legitimate address, have you verified that the people there are the ones using your service?
Edited by JustTrevor, 02 November 2013 - 04:58 AM.