US call centre scam: Four Indians, a Pakistani plead guilty

WASHINGTON: The Department of Justice has said that four Indians and a Pakistani national have pleaded guilty before District Court judge to the charges for their role in a massive telephone impersonation fraud and money laundering scheme in the US perpetrated by India-based call centres, Indian media reported.

According to a report by the Time of India, three Indians include Rajubhai Patel (32), Viraj Patel (33), Dilip Kumar Ambal Patel (53), and a Pakistani national Fahad Ali (25).

They were pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy before US District Court Judge David Hittner of the Southern District of Texas.

While Hardik Patel (31) an Indian national pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy before the same court on June 2.

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