'The benefit of being invisible is that people don't see you when you're robbing them blind ... now how about you and I get rich, Rich?'
The men who work in the print and post room at legal firm Olmstead and Taft are far too unimportant for anyone to notice. But the information that passes through their office is a goldmine: bank deals, mergers, acquisitions... everything you need to play the stock market and win big.
All of them could use the money. None of them can see how it would hurt anyone. They should have known that when millions of dollars are involved, all bets are off.
Each of the five men picks three numbers. Together, they make up a code to an offshore bank account. It seems like a fool-proof system - that way, no-one can access the cash on their own. But what happens if one of them learns all fifteen digits?