Several US Postal Workers Arrested in Connection to $1.3 Million Fraud and Identity Theft Scheme
Added 10-03-22 11:02:03pm EST - “A news statement from the Department of Justice (DOJ) on Thursday stated that several USPS employees were arrested in connection with an identity theft scheme that resulted in the loss of $1.3 million. DOJ said Johnny Damus, Rashaan…” - Thegatewaypundit.com
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Of the four suspects arrested, three were US postal employees. The remaining defendants are at large.
They were arrested in connection with their “theft and unauthorized use of credit cards to defraud several national financial institutions, credit card companies, and major retailers, resulting in more than $1.3 million in intended losses as well as the theft of hundreds of identities.”
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“As alleged, the defendants conspired to steal credit cards from the mail; use those stolen credit cards at a variety of stores, including high-end retailers; and sell some of the merchandise purchased with the stolen cards on the website LuxurySnob.com (“LuxurySnob”), according to the news release.
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