Philadelphia Man Admits To Defrauding Pittsburgh Banks Through Remote Mobile Deposit


Acting U.S. Attorney Soo. C. Song announced Wednesday a Pennsylvania man was sentenced to 24 months in prison for defrauding multiple Pittsburgh area banks.

PrisonTwenty-three-year-old Darein Clark conspired with others to defraud Pittsburgh banks by depositing counterfeit checks into an account he control through remote mobile deposit. After the deposit was cleared, Clark would then withdraw against the funds, according to court records.

Clark would withdraw the funds from ATMs or purchase items with the funds.

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