Man Uses Report Cards to Commit Credit Card Fraud

Some students would prefer if their parents never saw their report card. One California resident, on the other hand, wished to get his hands on as many report cards from a Sacramento school district as possible. 

According to a report from KCRA 3, Rusan Kirilyuk, who was sentenced to twenty-seven years in prison, constructed a complex credit card conspiracy. The operation, which occurred between 2011 and 2014, included: collecting personal information from over two hundred San Juan Unified School District students, creating mock companies under the stolen names, and using the invented companies to charge stolen credit cards; finally, the money was transferred to an account of a name whose identity had been stolen.

The whole story brings a new meaning to getting paid for grades.

Read the original story from KCRA 3: https://www.kcra.com/article/man-gets-27-years-for-sacramento-school-district-credit-card-scheme/30162220.

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