Here are pictures of the Nigerian big boy that has been sentenced to 34 years in prison for defrauding senior citizens, school and charity home of 2.6billion Naira.
The Nigerian national named Babatope Aderinoye, was convicted in October last year. According to information from the US. Attorney’s office, the 30 years old man was charged of conspiracy to commit bank fraud, wire fraud and money laundering, as well as multiple identity and mail fraud.
It was gathered that the Nigerian national living in Plano, committed crimes by obtaining fake passports using other people’s details and used those passports to set up fake businesses and bank accounts.
After investigations were carried out, 12 fake businesses, 40 fraudulent bank accounts were connected to Aderinoye.
Aderinoye and his co-conspirators used various e-mail compromise scams and telephone compromise scams to defraud their victims.
They would pose as someone familiar and encourage their victims to wire funds to the fraudulent bank accounts.
Once the money enters Aderinoye’s accounts, he would withdraw the funds and transfer them to a bank account he had set up in Nigeria.
According to a report by FOX4 News, Aderinoye stole more $6.7 million from his victims between June 2018 and September 2019.
Credits: FOX4 News, BustedMugshots
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