The first company is “multinational technology company, specializing in internet-related services and products, with headquarters in the United States,” the documents read. Rimasauskas has been charged with one count of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, and aggravated identity theft.
The second company is a “multinational corporation providing online social media and networking services.” Both apparently worked with the same “Asia-based manufacturer of computer hardware,” a supplier that the documents indicate was founded some time in the late ‘80s. Yet it’s still fun to speculate whether the multinational technology company could be a certain California-based maker of popular smartphones, while the online social media and networking services company could be a certain maker of mobile apps and websites many people log into every day. In other words, he faces serious prison time of convicted — each charge of wire fraud and laundering carries a max sentence of 20 years.
Besonders die Kinder hatten an den ungefährlichen tierischen Zeitgenossen ihre helle Freude.
Wie auch beim legendären Stiertreiben im nordspanischen Pamplona wurde zuvor eine kleine Feuerwerksrakete als Startsignal abgefeuert.
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What makes this remarkable is not Rimasauskas’ particular phishing scam, which sounds rather standard in the grand scheme of wire fraud and cybersecurity exploits.
The Department of Justice today unsealed an indictment against a Lithuanian scammer who managed to trick two American tech companies into wiring him 0 million.
The scammer, 48-year-old Evaldas Rimasauskas, did so by masquerading as a prominent Asian hardware manufacturer, according to court documents, and tricking employees into depositing tens of millions of dollars into bank accounts in Latvia, Cyprus, and numerous other countries.
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