HOUSTON -- Guang Fa Lin, 47, has entered a guilty plea to one count of using counterfeit access devices, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Lin resided in Houston but has no legal status in the U.S.
During his plea hearing today, Lin admitted that between 2012 and 2013, he used counterfeit credit cards, debit cards and credit and debit account numbers to obtain goods, services and other things of value.
According to the factual basis in the plea agreement filed in the case, Lin used scores of credit and debit cards in approximately 395 transactions under various Sam's Club Memberships bearing different identifying information to purchase items such as cigarettes, iPads, gum and gift cards.
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