A Lakewood man and his several aliases has been indicted along with a Utah man for running a fraud scheme where they obtained credit cards in the names of third parties and then bought items to build up reward points, monetize those points and then cancel the purchases.
US Attorney Craig Carpenito announced Friday that Aharon Lev, a/k/a “Aaron Lev,” a/k/a “Aron Lev,” a/k/a “David Gold,” a/k/a “David Monroe,” 33, of Lakewood ( Ne Jersey) and Timothy Gibson, 43, of Lehi, Utah, were charged via indictment with one count each of conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
Lev is also charged by indictment with two counts of wire fraud and two counts of aggravated identity theft. Carpenito said that Lev was previously charged by complaint and released on bond to Israel and he is required to return to New Jersey by June 9, 2020, to be arraigned on the indictment.
Gibson, meanwhile, will make his initial appearance at a date to be determined. Lev was recruiting people from August of 2014 through May of 2016, Carpenito stated, and asking them to give him their personal information, like names and Social Security numbers and in turn he would use that information to open small business accounts in their names with the unsuspecting credit card company… 92.7WOBM News