Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Chines busted in credit card fraud ring for court today



Three Chinese nationals have been charged with financial crimes and breaches of the Criminal Justice (Suppression of Criminal Organisations) Act (Anti-Gang Legislation).
They are 38-year-old Zhong Jianping; Guo Shanghai, 37; and 37-year-old Zhong Fulin, all of addresses in China.
The men, who were charged on Sunday, July 24 are expected to appear before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court Wednesday.
They have been charged with possession of data devices, possession of criminal properties, being a member of a criminal organisation, forgery of access devices, unauthorised access to computer data, and conspiracy to possess criminal property.
The three were taken into custody on Wednesday, July 13, and charged following investigations several follow-up operations which resulted in the seizure of electronic devices suspected to be card readers, card writers, skimmers and other paraphernalia used in identity theft.
Over 400 credit cards suspected to be fraudulently manufactured were also seized — along with cash amounting to approximately J$6M.The sum was in Jamaican, United States, Chinese and European currencies.
It is believed that the three Chinese nationals have been using various means to skim information from victims’ credit and debit cards; fake cards were then produced and used to withdraw money from the accounts of several individuals at automated banking machines.
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