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Identity theft, or fraud, is a crime in which someone wrongfully obtains and uses another individual's personal data in some way that involves fraud or deception, typically for economic gain. It usually in the loss of personal data, such as passwords, user names, banking information, or credit card s.

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According to court documents, the scam began in Maywhen the victims were identified through dating sites such as Plenty of Fish, Christian Mingle and Our Time, along with social media platforms including Words With Friends. Over time, the scammers gained the trust of their victims, often pretending to be romantically interested, Rhode Island U. Attorney Aaron Weisman's office said in a release. Eventually, they convinced their victims to send money. Scammers will confuse, lie to, and steal from their victims with total disregard for the financial and emotional ruins they leave behind," Weisman said.

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She was released on bond. Onyobeno was arrested at his Georgia home on November 19,on a criminal complaint filed by the U. Also charged by way of criminal complaints with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and mail fraud; conspiracy to commit money laundering; mail fraud; and wire fraud are Dominique Golden 28, and Sadae Mills, 24, of Houston, Breauna Williams, 25, of Atlanta, and Syretta Scherer, of Sandy Springs, GA.

Mills and Golden were charged by way of an indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Providence on October 3,with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, nine counts of mail fraud, and six counts of wire fraud.

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To date, 28 individuals in more than a dozen states have been identified as falling victim to the scams allegedly employed by the five individuals named in the charged conspiracy. Scammers will confuse, lie to, and steal from their victims with total disregard for the financial and emotional ruins they leave behind. As a result of the scam, the U. Attorney announced that five people, two from Houston, three from Atlanta, have been charged in U.

District Court in Providence with allegedly taking part in online romance scams targeting elderly.

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The U. Postal Inspection Service is committed to protecting our citizens and working hard to seek prosecution of scammers who take advantage of our elders," said Inspector in Charge Joseph W. Cronin of the U. The perpetrators of the scams gained the trust of their victims through any of fraudulent representations, eventually convincing them to send money to bank s controlled by members of the conspiracy. They were arraigned in U. District Court in Providence on October 30,and released on bond.

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Syretta Scherer was arrested on November 19,and made an initial appearance in the U. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia. According to the U. Attorney, the woman, 76, refinanced her home, sold property she owned in Massachusetts, and withdrew funds from bank s, overtime sending the money to bank s allegedly controlled by members of the conspiracy. It is alleged in court documents that beginning in Mayvictims were contacted by scammers via online dating sites such as Plenty of Fish, Christian Mingle, and Our Time, and through social media platforms such as Words with Friends, oftentimes feigning romantic intentions.

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