Former UJA Federation employee sentenced for role in massive fraud ring

Following up on one of 55 individuals involved a insider fraud ring, one of those involved – an employee at UJA Federation  who was charged in December 2011- has been sentenced  to at least six years in prison for her role in the scheme. You can read more on The New York Post.

At the time:

A search of Nelson’s home had turned up hundreds of copies of checks and credit card numbers of UJA donors, prosecutors said. Nelson sold the donor information to others in the ring who used it to order duplicate credit cards or to create and then plunder dummy accounts in the donors’ names.

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