Southern California Man Gets 11 Years in Slammer for ID Theft Ring

Martin Quoc Pham, 28, of Garden Grove was sentenced by a judge to 11 [img_assist|nid=1443|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=115|height=115]years in Federal prison for spearheading an identity theft ring targeting home equity lines. The compromised accounts of JP Morgan Chase customers were fraudulently accessed and lines of credit were stolen including nearly $1 million that was transferred to accounts controlled by the ring.

Martin Quoc Pham, 28, of Garden Grove was sentenced by a judge to 11 years in Federal prison for spearheading an identity theft ring targeting home equity lines. The compromised accounts of JP Morgan Chase customers were fraudulently accessed and lines of credit were stolen including nearly $1 million that was transferred to accounts controlled by the ring. Data was also used to encode counterfeit credit cards where over $300,000 in merchandise was purchased from retailers. Read the full article [Orange County Register] 

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