Romanian Carder Duo Sentenced In Germany

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A 29-year-old and a 38-year-old Romanian national was sentenced for committing credit card fraud. The carder duo allegedly bought credit card details from the dark web and used them to commit fraud.

The Romanian nationals were caught by German authorities when they tried to enter the country from the Austrian border on 10 November 2015. The Federal Police found 10 counterfeit Mastercard and Visa credit cards at the previously convicted 29-year-old. He brought the cards from Romania, which he made with a special machine using the information he bought from the dark web. On his laptop, investigators found 250 records of stolen card information and a program designed for making magnetic cards. His partner had similar credit cards with him.

Martin Unterreiner from prosecution said authorities discovered several fraudulent acts committed by the duo. The 29-year old confessed he carded stores in North-Rhine Westphalia Witten, Frankfurt, Giessen, Wetzlar, Egelsbach, Wiesbaden, Bochum, Landau, Huerth and Oberhausen during September and October 2015. The 38-year-old found stores where they could use the credit cards, and marked their locations on Google Maps. The older offender was charged with two unlawful acts, however, there are other offenses waiting for the prosecutor’s approval.

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