MEN PLEAD GUILTY IN SKIMMING SCHEME AT CREDIT UNION THAT NETTED THEM $73,000

Dumitru Coste and Vartolomeu Florinin

Charlotte Alerts

Two men made $73,000 involving a theft scheme at State Employees Credit Union as the victim business

Dumitru Coste pleaded guilty on January 30, 2020 in federal court for a card-skimming plot where he and Vartolomeu Florinin pocketed $73,000.

Dumitru and Vartolomeu are both from Romania. They installed a skimmer and a tiny camera on the ATM at a State Employees Credit Union in Mint Hill, NC.

The men got 147 card numbers and were able to steal $73,000. Both men have plead guilty, and they will both be deported back to their home countries and will not be allowed to return to the United States.

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SPEAKING4DAPEOPLE
SPEAKING4DAPEOPLE

WELL DAMN THEY GOT OFF EASY. I WONDER IF THEY WEILL HAVE TO PAY THE MONEY BACK. SEE NOW, IF WE GO OVERSEAS WITH THAT BULLSHIT THEY WILL KILL US AND TELL THE UNITED STATED AN EYE FOR AN EYE!


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