Ho Chi Minh City jails 7 for abetting $200 mln transnational credit card fraud

Thanh Nien News reports:
A Ho Chi Minh City court Thursday sentenced a man to seven and half years in prison for trading personal information stolen from credit card users in Vietnam and other countries.
Six henchmen of Van Tien Tu, 30, got jail terms of one and a half to four years, all for the same crime of “illegally using information on the Internet.”
Between July 2010 and May 2013 the group bought the information from international hackers at US$0.6-6 per account and resold it for $1-30.
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