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Two Men Accused of Returning Fake iPhones to Apple, Gaining $900,000

Two men allegedly scammed Apple out of nearly $900,000 by essentially trading the company fake iPhones for legitimate devices. According to federal prosecutors, it was an elaborate scheme that involved roping in friends and family, while using nonsensical pseudonyms and a slew of mailing addresses.

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Author: Doug Isenberg

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