Bridgeport: A city woman has been sentenced to 30 days in prison on federal prison posters for credit card fraud.
Earlier this year, authorities found him guilty.
Judge Janet Bond sentenced Arthur Corbyn to 30 days in New Haven prison.
He was released from local prison for 7 months and 2 years
The 33-year-old, who lives in Bridgeport, used the internet from September 2015 to July 2017 to find someone in the dark.
Identities of multiple victims.
Corbin contacted the credit card company and used the victims information to change the address of a particular account.
Address only. I applied for a fake credit card and got the victims name.
After receiving credit cards sent to her home in Colvin Bridgeport, she used them to make direct purchases and online purchases.
Get a cash deposit from the bank
On July 9, Corbyn apologized for the series of broken letters.
According to the statement, 37 people known as adults participated in the scheme.
Orton orders Colvin to pay 7,277,18.35 to financial institutions as compensation
He was released from 25,000 prisons and forced to close prison on February 11, 2015.