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 Monday, September 17, 2007

The Wall Street Journal Online reports on the five-year sentence given to Irving Escobar, a ring leader in a TJX Cos. linked credit-card fraud. He "was sentenced to five years in prison and has been ordered to pay nearly $600,000 in restitution for damages resulting from stolen financial information, Florida officials said. The sentencing follows a guilty plea by Mr. Escobar, 19 years old, of Miami, to charges that he participated in a 10-person operation that used counterfeit cards bearing the stolen credit-card data of hundreds of TJX customers to purchase approximately $3 million in goods and gift cards."

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