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U.S. Secret Service Most Wanted Fugitives Are Hackers

The U.S. Secret Service published on her website list of nine individuals for most wanted fugitives and one who captured .

The fugitives are wanted for Identity Theft,Access Device Fraud,Bank Fraud,Financial Institution Fraud.

Do not attempt to apprehend any of these individuals. Contact the Secret Service or local police or if overseas, the nearest U.S. Embassy or Consulate if you have information regarding these individuals.

Most wanted Profiles

  • Aliases: Leon Kurochkin, Wolf Graph Leon, Burak

Date of Birth: November 13, 1982 Computer Expert

Case Summary: Dzmitry Valeryevich Burak is the subject of charges in the federal district of the Southern District of California and also the State of New York.

In California, Burak and others who were involved in an international criminal group used the internet to traffic in stolen and counterfeit credit cards. An investigation of Burak's e-mail accounts uncovered more than 55,000 stolen credit card account numbers, which were associated with more than $21 million in actual losses.

In New York, New York, Burak sold thousands of stolen credit card numbers and other personal identifying information online. During a five year period, Burak accessed or sold more than 9,000 stolen credit card numbers, more than $4 million worth of stolen property and defrauded credit card companies for more than $1 million.

  • Aliases: James Kong, James Kong Wan

Wanted for Bank Fraud, Wire Fraud, Access Device Fraud, Computer Fraud, Identity Theft and Money Laundering

The United States Secret Service and the Internal Revenue Service identified James Kong as the primary suspect in an investigation of fraudulent transactions through a consumer credit card service for health consumers.

The investigation determined that Kong used his knowledge of the targeted company's customer service support center's computer systems to steal the account numbers of 1,000 customers and 95 participating service providers.

Kong made fictitious and unauthorized charges to customer accounts and posed as health service providers to redirect payments into bank accounts in Asia.

On December 3, 2008, a 76 count federal indictment and arrest warrant was issued for Kong for Bank Fraud, Wire Fraud, Access Device Fraud, Computer Fraud, Identity Theft and Money Laundering by the Grand Jury of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio.

  • Alias: Tony Black

Wanted for Access Device Fraud, Counterfeit Goods
On May 22, 2008, Walid Osmond Turk and Yasmeen Assaf Turk were indicted by federal grand jury in Syracuse, New York for conspiracy to traffic in counterfeit goods and fraudulent use of access devices.

The Turks were involved in schemes that used fraudulent account numbers to ship counterfeit merchandise purchased via the internet, resulting in a loss of $9.9 million and a potential loss of $25 million.

The couple travels frequently outside the United States to China, Japan, Qatar, Singapore, Jordan, UAE, Canada, St. Maarten, France, Great Britain and Germany. Yasmeen Assaf Turk is also known by the alias Nada Assaf.

  • Alias Sean Lamar Gauthia

Wanted for Bank Fraud, Aggravated Identity Theft
On September 21, 2011, a federal grand jury indicted Sean Lamar Gauthia for conspiracy to commit bank fraud, five counts of bank fraud and three counts of aggravated identity theft.

Gauthia has knowledge of computers and has the ability to obtain personal identifying information.

  • Alias :Oladipo Sowunmi Coker

Date of Birth: July 7, 1981 Place of Birth: Lagos, Nigeria

He has extensive knowledge of computers and travels with an iPad to conduct his fraudulent activities.

  • Alias : Juegers Veloz

Juegers Veloz has been identified as a suspect in a $250 million cell phone cloning scheme.

Those participating in the scheme allegedly stole information from cell phone accounts and used this information to run a lucrative black market in international calling.

  • Alias: MIGUEL JESURUM

Captured for Access Device Fraud, Identity Theft