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NJ resident claims identity theft to avoid online gaming debt

6th May 2014 9:15 am GMT

A New Jersey resident has been arrested and charged with fabricating an identity theft complaint in order to avoid paying a debt on her online gaming account.

New Jersey State Police last week charged Diana Zolla of Jackson Township with ‘theft by deception’ when she attempted to fool authorities by claiming that someone had stolen her identity, used it to create an online gaming account, and racked up gambling and banking fees totaling almost $10,000.It [...]

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