Man sentenced in Surrey credit card ‘factory’ bust 0
The bust of a credit card “factory” earlier this year by Surrey Mounties has led to a 40-year-old man’s two-year conditional sentence.
RCMP said on Wednesday Timothy Moisan pleaded guilty last month to six criminal offences, among them charges of possessing stolen property, possessing equipment for forging or falsifying credit cards, and identity theft.
Cpl. Bert Paquet said in a statement “hundreds” of stolen and fake cards, and pieces of ID were seized from a house in the 18000 block of 96th Avenue in May. Some of them included passports, birth certificates, care cards and driver’s licences.