Washington Fraudster Sentenced to Prison

~2 min read | Published on 2023-04-28, tagged FraudSentenced using 277 words.

A Washington woman was sentenced to 30 months in prison for using stolen personally identifiable information purchased on the dark web to commit bank fraud.

Jennifer Suazo

According to a press release by the US Attorney's Office for the Western District of Washington, from at least October 2019 to April 2022, 49-year-old Jennifer Suazo led a fraud scheme that defrauded financial institutions and individuals approximately $107,472.
Suazo was charged with bank fraud and identity theft in a seven-count indictment filed on August 10, 2022. To execute the scheme, Suazo purchased the personally identifiable information of her victims from undisclosed dark web sites. She kept records of the stolen information in notebooks found in her possession.
Suazo created fake identification documents bearing her image and the details of her victims. She would then open bank accounts and obtain credit cards in the victims' names. She also took over the existing bank and credit card accounts that belonged to her victims and changed the contact information to phone numbers and addresses she controlled.
To acquire the funds, Suazo issued checks in her victims' names and deposited them into her accounts, and made transfers from the victim's accounts to her accounts and those of her accomplices. She also made purchases and withdrawals from ATMs with cards under her victims' names.
Suazo was arrested on August 14 and placed in pretrial detention. A search of her home resulted in the discovery of notebooks with records of personally identifiable information belonging to 316 of her victims. She pleaded guilty on January 20, 2023.
On April 19, 2023, US District Judge Tana Lin sentenced Suazo to two years and six months in prison, followed by five years of supervised release.

Comments (12)


Oh look another spic stealing identities to commit fraud, hundreds of thousands of these fucks enter per year and it only took 1 to fuck over 300 people.


white people steal identities to commit fraud too :-D


Get your panties out your ass youre acting as if money isnt insured or printed out of thin air

jajfkjvjfjajriuha 2023-05-01

Their still fraudsters either way they'ill be leaving many trials traces that they left behind and still police would be finding their shady activites hiding from their backs, I hopen to make sense there or comment below if I am wrong or need to add more words to this article..

jajfkjvjfjajriuha 2023-05-01

hey fuck that it's not me explaining what the article says but me commenting what i think i or anybody should do if they didn't hide their tracks motherfucker.

jajfkjvjfjajriuha 2023-05-01

As far as I know the same guy talking if I were to commit credit card theft and not doing anything to hide my tracks than congrats me because I wasn't able to hide shit to the police. if this makes sense if I were to card successfully or fucking hide my tracks properly I wouldn't have any sort of problems to the police because I got to know the knowledge to hide my tracks but you know I would still leave digital tracks which is a concern and nowadays Federal agency investigators CIA or LAPD are now on their way looking to catch the wicked fuckers and bring to whatever crime they commited and where they need to be or should be release if anotterny is preasented in your position :)


Americans always like this.


Americans never ever change. They always do only fraud and ugly things in their whole lifes


def would bang her, 6.5/10 ~J


My man is thirsty for love! She's got fake eyelashes, fake hair color and she is just about 5/10. You desperate sad nigger.


pity girl....


damn i would like to cum on her face