By Euro Weekly News Media • 17 February 2015 • 8:42
A MAN was arrested in Malaga suspected of 324 cases of identity fraud.
The 33-year-old allegedly used other people’s personal information, obtained mainly from internet servers, to apply for mini-loans totalling €58,000.
Police investigations began when victims, including one of the man’s employees, began to report that they were receiving demands for payment from loan companies they had had no previous contact with.
Computers, tablets, 15 different mobile phone chips, details of more than 30 bank accounts and a database of identity documents, invoices, bank account details and payslips used to apply for the loans were confiscated following the arrest.
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