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Trio of fraudsters who used malware to steal tens of thousands of pounds from victims across the country have been jailed

Three fraudsters who used malware to steal tens of thousands of pounds from victims across the country have been sentenced.

The following were sentenced at Birmingham Crown Court on Friday, 29 November:

Usman Khan, 32 of Pershore Road, Birmingham was charged with conspiracy to defraud and two counts of conspiracy to conceal / disguise / convert / transfer / remove criminal property. He admitted the offence and was jailed for four years and six months.

Abhay Singh, 33 of Crown Mews, Abingdon was charged with conspiracy to conceal / disguise / convert / transfer / remove criminal property. He admitted the offence and was jailed for three years and four months.

Naveed Pasha, 56 of Wyndhurst Road, Birmingham was charged with conspiracy to conceal / disguise / convert / transfer / remove criminal property. He admitted the offence and was jailed for two years, suspended for one year and nine months.