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Singh Identity Theft Case

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Marie Danner

on 11 November 2012

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*4 defendants are charged with conspiring to commit a bank robbery in forest hills.
*5 defendants are charged with stealing more than $95,000 worth of cargo from Kennedy Airport.
*7 defendants are accused of stealing approximately $850,000 worth of computer equipment.
What? Where * U.S
*15 Locations throughout New York city and Long Island
Effects  *Singh was faced with 250 years in prison but was only sentenced to 5 to 10 years in prison for the charges.
 *Neha pleaded guilty to petty larceny and was dismissed with a conditional discharge sentence.
 *Amar and Neha pleaded guilty to identity theft and enterprise corruption charges in a case involving their roles in a $13 million scam.
 Between the Amar case and the 4 other enterprises The Federal Trade Commission estimated the identity theft cost Americans around $1.52 billion in 2011.
Who? Amar Singh who is 33 and his wife Neha Punjani Singh who is 30. *Amar and Neha would receive information about unknown people from various foreign countries such as Russia and China, as well as from statewide suppliers. They would then use a skimming device to swipe consumer credit card information at retail or food establishments.
*They would then send hired “shoppers” out to go on shopping sprees around the U.S with the counterfeit credit card and matching ID cards.
When Singh Identity Theft Case  *An operation that netted millions between July 2010 and September 2011.Thats more than $13 million dollars in losses over a 16 month period. Court Documents By:Marie Danner Cites
*http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/07/largest-id-theft-in-history_n_1751241.html
*http://www.queensda.org/newpressreleases/2011/october/op%20swiper_credit%20card_id%20fraud_10_07_2011_ind.pdf
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