The e-commerce giant Amazon’s after-sales service is notorious in the industry. In some cases, if the customer encounters a product damage or is lost, Amazon will promptly give a refund or re-delivery without having to return the old part. However, all this is based on the “Gentlemen's Agreement” which is based on good faith. It is difficult to stare at a sheep on a sheep all day long. According to foreign media reports, an Indiana couple who had defrauded $1.2 million of merchandise had just paid a heavy price for their greed. The court was sentenced to six years imprisonment.
The United States Prosecutor’s Office in southern Indiana said on Monday that 38-year-old Erin and Lean Finan were sentenced to 71 and 68 months’ imprisonment respectively for confessing to federal mail fraud and money laundering.
Prosecutor Josh Minkler atA statementSaid:
Someone else used this type of consumer fraud to take advantage of private funds, leading everyone to bear higher retail prices.
This case tells those who are trying to make money through online shopping fraud, who must reach out and reach out and be caught. Then you will be sued and spend a long time in prison to reflect on your life.
It is reported that between 2014 and 2016, Finans and Glumac stole and reselled more than 2700 electronic products —— including GoPro cameras, Xbox, and Samsung smart watches.Microsoft SurfaceTablet, andMacBookWait:
The U.S. Justice Department stated that it has used Amazon’s service policy to misrepresent that the ordered electronic product is damaged or unusable, and then requests and receives free replacements from Amazon.
Finans and Glumac sold more than $1.2 million in consumer electronics. According to a report issued by the Ministry of Justice, it premeditated the creation of hundreds of counterfeit online identities and illegally profited approximately $750,000 in more than two years:
The recent six-year sentence indicates that they have also admitted other frauds, such as issuing bad cheques, renting cars without paying, and housing not paying rent.
They even committed another online fraud case involving the theft of high-end leasing softball equipment and then reselling it on Facebook.