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U.S Justice Department REVEALS Tamale Sakawa ‘King’ and his gang’s fraud cost U.S citizens, companies $15m

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U.S Justice Department REVEALS Tamale Sakawa ‘King’ and his gang’s fraud cost U.S citizens, companies $15m

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The United States (US) Department Of Justice has revealed that Maxwell Atugba Abayeta aka Maxwell Peter, 26 and his cartel since 2012 had defrauded U.S. companies and citizens of approximately $15 million, we  can report.
Eight individuals were arrested for their roles in the widespread, Africa-based cyber conspiracy after wire transfers from businesses and individuals, including many senior citizens while the Department announced Operation Keyboard Warrior, an effort coordinated by United States and international law enforcement to disrupt online frauds perpetrated from Africa.
Five individuals were arrested in the United States for their roles in the conspiracy including Javier Luis Ramos Alonso, 28, a Mexican citizen residing in Seaside, California; James Dean, 65, of Plainfield, Indiana; Dana Brady, 61, of Auburn, Washington; Rashid Abdulai, 24, a Ghanaian citizen residing in the Bronx, New York, who has been charged in a separate indictment; and Olufolajimi Abegunde, 31, a Nigerian citizen residing in Atlanta, Georgia.

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