Las Vegas Businessman One of Four Arrested in Multimillion-Dollar Fraud Scheme
LAS VEGAS – According to court documents, Martin “Marty” Mizrahi, 51, is charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud. The FBI apprehended him on Friday.
Prosecutors claim Mizrahi and three other men scammed banks, organizations, and individuals out of more than $9 million by using hacked email accounts and credit cards, according to court filings. Prosecutors said that fraudulent charges made through point-of-sale credit card terminals were made by companies owned by Mizrahi and another defendant.
Prosecutors claim that the guys subsequently transferred the funds to their personal accounts and lied to banks.
In addition to Mizrahi, the defendants are David Goran, 56, of Riverside, California; Julia Rebiga, 55, of Long Beach, California; and Joel Zubaid, 55, of Riverside, California.
As of Saturday, no attorney for Mizrahi was mentioned.
Credits: 8 News Now
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