Students allegedly used stolen credit cards to pay for tuition

Chunyang Li and Chenghan Wang, both 20 from the University of New Hampshire were arrested after they tried to pay the school thousands of dollars for services using credit cards from people as far as Australia. Li allegedly used nine credit cards to pay the university $56,407.50. The credit cards were owned by people in Texas, California, Virginia, Florida, New Jersey and Wisconsin —and Australia. Li was charged with nine counts of fraud, and Wang was charged with one felony charge and one misdemeanor of a fraud attempt. Both were released on a $5k bond. Click Here For More Story

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