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Indian Youth Orchestrates $9 Million Phone and Insurance Scam in America

An Indian national has been found guilty of orchestrating a massive $9 million scam in the United States, involving fraudulent phone replacements and insurance claims. The individual, identified as Sandeep Bengara, used fake identities to execute the scheme, which targeted a phone provider and an insurance company.

Scam Details

Sandeep Bengara, a 36-year-old resident of Newark, was convicted in a federal court for his role in the scam. He exploited the system by submitting fake documents to claim replacements for cellular devices, which were later sold outside the United States. This organized scam, conducted over several years, highlights the complexity and audacity of Bengara’s fraudulent activities.

Modus Operandi

According to court documents, Sandeep operated under multiple aliases, including Vishal Rawal, Vihaan Seth, and Sagar Sharma. The scam spanned from June 2013 to June 2019. Bengara manipulated the US mail system and third-party carriers to defraud cellular phone providers and insurance companies.

The New Jersey Attorney’s Office released a detailed statement, outlining the extent of Bengara’s fraudulent operations. His activities were meticulously planned, using fake identities to secure replacements for phones and devices fraudulently. These devices were then sold outside the US, adding another layer of deceit to the scam.

Legal Consequences

Bengara’s actions have had significant legal repercussions. The Federal Court’s ruling marks a critical step in addressing this high-profile scam. The case underscores the importance of vigilance and stringent measures to prevent such fraudulent activities in the future.

Stay updated with more news on this case as further details emerge about the extent of Sandeep Bengara’s fraudulent network and the legal consequences he faces.

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