back to article Accused PII seller faces jail for running underground fraud op

A Baltimore man faces a potential maximum 20-year prison sentence after being charged for his alleged role in running an online service that sold personal data which was later used for financial fraud. Chouby Charleron is alleged to be behind the online alias of "The Real Jwet King," and a complaint filed in a New Jersey …

  1. Doctor Syntax Silver badge

    20 years in prsison or 20 years of supervised release?

  2. Anonymous Coward
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    Add fines

    How about, in addition to 20 years in prison (no parole before at least 15 years), he be fined $5 for every $1 in fraud committed? According to the article, one customer had more than $90,000 in fraud, so $450,000 for that one customer. And no declaring bankruptcy to get it cancelled, either; wage garnishments until it's paid off. At least half of the proceeds to go to the victims.

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