|Man Sentenced in Phishing Phraud|
|Associated Press News Wire (email@example.com)|
Tue, 1 Nov 2005 10:42:06 -0600
A British man was sentenced to four years in jail Tuesday for|
masterminding a "phishing" fraud which stole identities and bank
details from customers of the eBay auction site.
Prosecutors said David Levi, 29, of Lytham, England, led a six-man
Other gang members were sentenced to jail terms ranging from six
"This was a coordinated and sophisticated fraud which took place over
"A large number of people lost a significant amount of money, and it
Levi, who was already serving a sentence for drug offenses, was
His brother Guy Levi, 22, was jailed for 21 months after pleading
Daniel Lett, 22, was sentenced to two years for conspiracy to defraud.
Derek Anderson, 59, Chris Worden, 23, Craig Jameson, 31, and Gareth
Copyright 2005 The Associated Press.
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