Τετάρτη, 3 Απριλίου 2013

Massive Food Stamp Scam Busted At South Florida Convenience Store

A pair of convenience store owners in south Florida have been busted for allegedly conducting a massive food stamp scam and using taxpayer money to stock their own shelves.

Police say Bassam Sale Abu Diab, 55, and his son, Matthew Bassam Abu Diab, 22, bought EBT cards at deeply discounted prices from customers and then turned around and used those credits to buy goods for their shop, 4M Food Mart in Daytona Beach, Fla., the Daytona-Beach News Journal reports.

The father-and-son team bought the cards from sellers desperate for hard cash for between 20 and 40 cents on the dollar. According to News Journal, the duo would pay $200, for example, for an EBT card loaded with $500 in credits. Then they used the cards to buy goods at Walmart and Save-A-Lot stores as a way to cheaply supply their own store.


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