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Canadian, Guyanese Charged for ATM Fraud

    POLICE have charged a Canadian national and Guyanese woman with trafficking counterfeit cards and possession of card-making equipment. Canadian Kingson Yogonathan, 30, of Pine Place in Mausica was charged with two counts of trafficking in counterfeit cards and one count of possession of card-making equipment. Guyanese national Geeta Mohabir, 27, of the same […]Read More

2 Arrested: Fake Bank Cards in Hood of Car

  DIEGO MARTIN – POLICE have arrested two men with counterfeit bank cards. The two, a 24-year-old of Aranguez and a 28-year-old of La Horquetta, were arrested in a Toyota Yaris car in the vicinity of the Starlite Shopping Plaza around 10.35 a.m, on Monday. According to a release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police […]Read More

Mexican, Venezuelan Jailed for ATM Bank Fraud

A Venezuelan and a Mexican have been sentenced to two years’ hard labour for trafficking in counterfeit cards. Simon Eduardo Farias Romero, a Venezuelan national, and Francisco Javier Gil Rivera, a Mexican national, appeared in the Port-of-Spain Magistrates’ Court before Magistrate Adia Mohammed on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to the charge of trafficking in counterfeit […]Read More

Mexican, Venezuelan Get 2 Years’ Hard Labour for ATM Fraud

ARIMA – A Mexican and a Venezuelan have been sentenced to two years’ hard labour for card skimming in Trinidad. Mexican national Francisco Javier Gil Rivera, 27, and Venezuelan national Simon Eduardo Farias Romero, 33, both pleaded guilty to two counts of trafficking in counterfeit cards and one count of possession of card making equipment […]Read More

Two Held in Trincity for ATM Fraud

  TRINCITY – POLICE arrest two men who tampered with an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) at Trincity Mall on Sunday. A release from the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS) stated that around 4.30 p.m. on Sunday officers of the Fraud Squad Task Force, acting on intelligence, went to the mall’s Scotiabank ATM where they […]Read More