Father, Son Charged with Fraud, Hacking, Identity Theft
Vladimir and Kirill Zdorovenin are accused of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars through credit card theft and stock manipulation scams.
A Russian man was recently deported from Switzerland to face security fraud, identity theft and computer hacking charges.
"Vladimir Zdorovenin, 54, of Moscow, Russia, is alleged to have masterminded a series of credit card theft and stock manipulation scams in conjunction with his son, Kirill Zdorovenin, who has not been apprehended," writes The Register's John Leyden.
"According to the FBI, the duo's stock in trade allegedly involved hacking into computers in order to steal credit card details and brokerage account log-ins," Leyden writes. "The pair would then allegedly run a series of complicated frauds netting hundreds of thousands of dollars."
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