THREE MEN SCAM XEROX OUT OF $90,000.00 WORTH OF INK SUPPLIES

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THREE MEN SCAM XEROX OUT OF $90,000.00 WORTH OF INK SUPPLIES

 user 2009-12-14 at 10:49:32 am Views: 65
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    THREE MEN SCAM
    XEROX OUT OF $90,000.00 WORTH OF INK SUPPLIES

    Three
    men scammed Xerox out of $90,000 worth of printing supplies by ordering
    the goods through shell companies based in Bensalem and paying with
    fraudulent bank accounts, according to court documents.The supplies in
    question – boxes of ink sticks for the Phaser 7500 color printer – have
    not been recovered, police said.

    Bensalem detectives arrested the
    men Monday night on several theft-related felonies. The accused are
    Nathan Allen Kriegler, 42, of Michael Road in Northampton; Ryan Allan
    Pollack, 33, of Glen Place in Elkins Park and Evan F. Appel, 33, of
    Valley Glen Road in Elkins Park.The trio allegedly ran companies named
    B&N Group and Huntingdon Valley School of Graphics out of the same
    office at 2248 State Road. They also had a company named Digital Express
    Graphics located on 2577 Interplex Drive, police said. Each defendant
    faces six third-degree felonies, which are punishable by up to seven
    years in prison. On-call District Judge Daniel Baranoski in Penndel set
    bail for each of them at $100,000.

    After they were arrested on
    Monday night, Kriegler said they had intended to pay the company and
    were planning to do so within a required 60-day period.Police said three
    men set up shell companies to place orders that were paid for with
    fraudulent bank accounts.
    http://www.phillyburbs.com/news/news_details/article/92/2009/december/01/xerox-out-90000-worth-of-printing-supplies.html