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NEW JERSEY FRAUDSTER UNDERESTIMATED ONLINE GAMBLING K.Y.C. REQUIREMENTS
06th May, 2014 at 05:32:59
Woman charged for false claim regarding identity theft.
A New Jersey woman who perhaps did not realise how much information online operators are required to record before accepting a deposit, or how effective location technology can be, has been charged with theft by deception after claiming that her identity had been stolen and $9,565 in gambling and banking fees had been fraudulently generated in her name.
Diana Zolla (31) was charged following a three month long investigation after she alleged that persons unknown had used her maiden name to create an online gambling account prior to racking up $9,565 in bets and banking fees.
State police investigators checked banking, online gaming, location and internet service provider records to determine that Zolla herself was responsible for creating the account.
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