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Hitesh Madhubhai Patel For defrauding US citizens were been for 20-years in jail, ordered to pay the restitution of USD 8,970,396 dollars

Hitesh Madhubhai Patel For defrauding US citizens

A United States court on Monday sentenced an Indian national to 20 years in prison followed by three years of supervised had release for his role in operating and funding on India that is based on call centers that defrauded the American people of millions of dollars between 2013 and 2016. Hitesh Madhubhai Patel at the age of 44 was in Ahmedabad was sentenced by US District Judge for the Southern District of Texas David Hittner.


Identification of fraud


He has given a sentence for the charges of wire fraud conspiracy and the general conspiracy to commit identification of fraud, accessing the fraud device, money laundering purpose, and impersonation of a federal officer or employee. Patel has been also ordered to pay the restitution of USD 8,970,396 dollars to identify the victims of his crimes. The defrauded vulnerable US victims were out of the ten from millions of dollars by spearheading a conspiracy by the whose members boldly impersonated by the federal government of officials and preyed on victims fears of adverse government action, had said that the acting Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt of the Justice Department’s Criminal of Division.


Homeland Security Investigations


Patel preyed on the fears of his victims to perpetuate a global scheme to manipulate the US to institutions and taxpayers to say that Special Agent in the Charge of a Mark B Dawson of US had immigrated and the Customs Enforcement of Homeland Security Investigations of Houston. According to the admissions in his plea agreement, Patel and his co-conspirators perpetrated a complex scheme in which the employees from the call centers in Ahmadabad can impersonate the officials from the IRS and US Citizenship and Immigration Services and engaged in another telephone call that are scams to be designed to defraud victims throughout the country.



Upon payment of the call centers

US victims were threatened with arrest, imprisonment, and fines or deportation if they did not pay the alleged monies that have owed by the government. Those who fell that victim was instructed to provide the concerned payment which is including by purchasing the general-purpose reloadable cards or wiring money. Upon payment of the call centers that would immediately in turn to a network of runners based on the United States to liquidate and launder and the fraudulently obtained funds, federal prosecutors alleged. In his plea with Patel had admitted with the operating and funding had several India-based on call centers from which the fraud schemes were perpetrated that including the call center HGLOBAL.