The accusations were presented to the Polish-Ukrainian criminal group that forged the bank cards and the accusations are filed to the court in Poland. The speaker of the Minister of Coordinate of Special Services Stanislav Zharin as Polish Radio reported.
‘The Gdansk Prosecutor’s Office filed the accusation towards four men detained by the Internal Security Agency on July 11, 2016. They are accused of forgery of the bank cars and the illegal weapon and narcotics possession’, Zharin said.
‘The forged cards were used for financial gains’, the speaker added.
Zharin informed that the term of the imprisonment for such crime is from 5 to 25 years.
‘The Internal Security Agency of Poland stopped the illegal activity of two Polish and two Ukrainian citizens who scanned the data from the cards and withdrawn money from the bank accounts’, the message said.
The Internal Security Agency detained three members of the criminal group in July 2016 in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship. The bank cards with German and Russian marking and only with the magnetic tape were found in their cards. Also, the agents confiscated the laptop with the software for scanning and input of the data on the bank cards and the equipment for the skimming data from the cards.
Later, the Agency detained the fourth member of the criminal group who was accused of cooperation with other members. The unlicensed arms, amphetamine and ecstasy were found during the search in his flat. So, he will be additionally liable for illegal weapon and narcotics possession.