Second bank employee admits role in $330,000 bank fraud scheme
Two former bank employees, Isha-Lee Savage and Savonnah Briggs, have admitted to their roles in a fraud conspiracy that resulted in the theft of banking information from unsuspecting individuals and businesses. United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha announced the guilty pleas today.
Savage, who was employed by Santander Bank, admitted to accessing customer information and sending screenshots of that information to co-conspirators. The information was then used to create fraudulent checks that were deposited into bank accounts controlled by other individuals who were solicited by the leader of the fraud conspiracy, Richard Koboi, on Facebook. Savage also used her position in the bank’s call center to ask customers to provide their debit card information, which she then provided to her co-conspirators for fraudulent purchases.
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