City women fined 30 days for operating Bridgeport credit card fraud system
Authorities said they pleaded guilty earlier this year.
Latrice M. On Thursday, Janet Bond Arterbon sentenced Janet Bond to 30 years in New Haven.
John in the United States Connecticut. Recognition of the counselor, arrest for seven months, and release for two years
A 33-year-old Bridgeport member used the Internet, including Dark Networks, from September 2015 to July 2017.
Display of data provided by multiple victims.
Colvin contacted credit cards and changed the email address of some accounts to identify the victim.
At his address. Credit card fraud also occurs on victims.
After receiving several credit cards to send to his home in Bridgeport, Colvin used it to shop online and online.
Receive cash at an ATM.
Colvin apologized for sending a letter of fraud on July 9.
The threat targeted 34 people, many of whom were identified as elderly.
Ariston ordered Colvin to pay 7,27,718.35 in exchange for a lost financial institution
He was a victim.
He was released on 25 25,000 bonds and issued a memo in February. 11, 2020.