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3 Men Charged by US DOJ With Laundering BEC Proceeds

3 Men Charged by US DOJ With Laundering BEC Proceeds

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia has indicted three men – including an ex-employee of Bank of America and TD Bank – with money laundering and aggravated identity theft after the men allegedly conducted an extensive business email compromise scheme.

According to the DOJ, the three men – Onyewuchi Ibeh, 21, of Bowie, Maryland; Jason Joyner, 42, of Washington, D.C.; and Mouaaz Elkhebri, 30, of Alexandria, Virginia – laundered over $1.1 million funds obtained fraudulently from at least five victim businesses that fell for the BEC scheme.

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