Two Dutch get four years in prison in Germany for Internet fraud




A Dutch 56-year-old woman and her 35-year-old son have been sentenced by the court of Düsseldorf for internet fraud. The two were involved in a large-scale cyber robbery. The Dutch have four years and three months in jail.

The two Dutch, according to the court participated in one of the largest digital bank robberies ever undertaken. This was early this year conducted , with some hackers had cracked. two banks in the Middle East First, a number of banks, credit card processors hacked and fake credit cards created in 23 countries. Then money taken in these countries by numerous errand boys around the same time from ATMs. This did the criminals with 36,000 debit card transactions totaling $ 39 million to make. Booty

The 56-year-old woman and her 35-year-old son were in Dusseldorf in February of this year in the act caught when she a sum of 168,000 euros tried to pin down. using forged credit cards According to the German court, the two Dutch thus guilty of serious cyber crime in a digital bank robbery that according to justice is to qualify as one of the best prepared and organized ever. They were sentenced to a prison sentence of four years and three months, as reports Der Spiegel.

The Dutch remain provisionally in Germany in the cell down. After some time, they can apply to the rest of their sentence in a Dutch prison to be served.



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