Recent reports claiming that the jailed cyber criminal, Ramon Abbas, better known as Hushpuppi, involved in fraud of over $400,000 while inside a U.S. jail are fake, an American cybercrime expert has revealed.
Gary Warner, the Director of Research in Computer Forensics at the University of Alabama, took to his Twitter page to debunk the viral allegations and documents.
Warner said the document circulating about was a doctored version of a June 2020 affidavit in other to back the report. He added that the edited document was intended to channel people to a scammer website.
People are asking me if it is true that #Hushpuppi laundered $400,000 in #Stimulus cards from in prison. The document they show is an edit of a June 2020 Affidavit. The new version is fake, intended to get people to visit a scammer EIP website. He tweeted.