Fishman said once the credit limits were raised, participants would take out loans or max out the credit cards and not repay the debts.He said those who obtained credit cards often added co-conspirators and sham businesses as authorized users, who could piggyback on high credit ratings and open other fraudulent accounts with high credit limits.
Feds: 18 Charged In $200M Global Credit Card Fraud
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