A Connecticut woman has been sent a credit card to a prison
A BRIDGEPORT girl has been jailed for 30 days for attempted credit card fraud.
Authorities pleaded guilty earlier this year
Latris M. Colvin was given a 30-day trial by New York judge Janet Bond Arterfon on Thursday next
A U.S. attorney in Connecticut said he faces up to seven months in prison and two years in prison.
A 33-year-old Bridgeport member who used the Internet from September 2015 to July 2017 used a dark web to save people.
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Colvin contacted the credit card company and used the victim’s information to change the email address on some accounts.
Go to their address. He used and accepted credit card fraud for the target.
After receiving a debit card from Cole’s home in Bridgeport, he used to buy goods online and online.
Removal from ATMs
On September 9, Cole was charged with fraud in a mail account.
Seven were found guilty as parents.
Atherton Colony has been ordered to pay $ 27,718.35 to the financial institution to cover its losses.
They are wrong.
He was released on 2,000 bail and ordered to report to prison on February 11, 2020.