Two Men Guilty of Using Credit Cards from the Darknet

Two Men Guilty of Using Credit Cards from the Darknet

Two South London men were found guilty of causing £54,000 worth of fraudulent transactions through credit cards purchased on the darknet. The fraud involved four conspirators – two have yet to be sentenced. 

Blackfriars Crown Court found the men guilty of committing fraud by false representation.

Reuben Joseph-Brown, a 25-year-old from Upper Sydenham and Edwin Sarpong, a 25-year-old from Lambeth received sentences of two years and one year and three months, respectively.