Hebron Resident Indicted for Multi-Million Bitcoin and Credit Card Fraud
In a precedent, the Israeli State Attorney will ask to forfeit the defendant’s crypto wallet containing 1,071 Bitcoins, which he allegedly used to launder money he made through fraudulent activities
Zohar Shahar Levy | 16:46 22.05.2018
The department of cybercrime at the Israeli State Attorney’s office has filed an indictment Monday against a Hebron resident for carrying out more than 20,000 fraudulent credit transactions, valued at over $280,500 (one million shekels) and laundering money using cryptocurrencies.
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The defendant, 33-year-old Hilmi Git, a Palestinian resident of Hebron, in the West Bank, was arrested by Israeli police in late April.