A Lithuanian court ruled Friday on the release of a phishing philanthropist in the United States who deceived more than $ 100 million (about 260 billion forints) from Google and Facebook with sophisticated methods.
According to the Vilnius Court of Appeal, Evaldas Rimasauskast has to be handed over to the US authorities and can be prosecuted for fraud, money laundering and misuse of personal data in the United States.
Rimasauskas introduced himself as a representative of Google and Facebook, a representative of an Asian hardware manufacturing company, who gave false invoices.
Fraud came to Google and promptly informed the authorities.
Rimasauskas denied the charges. If you condemn it, you can spend long years in jail.
The Lithuanian court can no longer appeal against Friday’s decision, but the date of the businessman’s announcement will be announced in August.