Transnational Cybercrime Group Co-Founder Who Amassed $568M Pleads Guilty
The co-founder of the Infraud Organization pleaded guilty to racketeering charges before a US District Court in the District of Nevada. A Russian national behind the cybercriminal enterprise Infraud Organization has pleaded guilty on June 26 to racketeering conspiracy, due to his role as a co-founder and admin of the dark web-based carding portal which generated profits over $568 million. According to the announcement made by the US Department of Justice, or DOJ, 33-year-old Sergey Medvedev, also known under the pseudonyms “Stells,” “segmed,” and “serjbear,” claimed responsibility for his role in the organization created in October 2010 by a Ukraine national, Svyatoslav Bondarenko. Medvedev pleaded guilty before US District Court Judge James C.
Coin Telegraph - 27th Jun 23:06