Broadport: Urban woman sentenced to 10 days in prison for credit card fraud program
Officials spoke earlier this year.
Judge Janet Bond Arthurman was sentenced to 300 days in prison from Lt. Gen. M. Cullen in Newet on Friday in New Haven.
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The credit institution was called and the email was translated using other related account information.
You will receive a credit card to create and receive the credit via email.
After finding the credit card she sent to her home in Colvin Bridgeport, she bought clothes online and offline.
Payment by ATM
Colvin filed for fraud on July 9.
According to the report, thirty-seven adults were identified in the program.
Atherton Colvin was asked to pay $ 27,718.35 for a financial university that guarantees personal injury.
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He was released on $ 25,000 bail and ordered to be arrested on February 11, 2020.