Mobile carriers give control of our numbers to hackers,
who can then drain our bank accounts in minutes

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$1,000,000 Stolen

$1,000,000 Stolen

On Oct 26 2018, AT&T gave hackers control of Robert Ross' mobile service. Minutes later, they stole $1M from him.

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$24,000,000 Stolen

$24,000,000 Stolen

AT&T gave hackers control of Michael Terpin’s mobile service. They accessed his accounts and stole $24M.

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$5,000,000 Stolen

$5,000,000 Stolen

AT&T gave a hacker control of a dozen customer accounts. He then accessed their financial accounts and stole $5M.

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$14,000,000 Stolen

$14,000,000 Stolen

Hackers stole $14M after SIM swapping a company. They stole from the company and the employees.

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US v JACK
Felony Criminal Complaint

Robert Jack, a AT&T contract employee from Tuscon, Arizona, conducted twelve unauthorised SIM swaps in May of 2018, including the swap that facilitated the theft from victim Seth Shapiro.

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US v WHITE
Felony Criminal Complaint

Jarratt White is a former contract employee of AT&T residing in Arizona. He was repeatedly bribed by JD, a member of The Community to assist with their SIM swap attacks. In total, White's assistance facilitated the theft of approximately $2,143,471.69

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US v JOSEPH
Felony Criminal Complaint

Fendley Joseph was an employee of Verizon who was bribed by JD to assist The Community. Joseph's assistance facilitated the theft of approximately $100,000 from victim DM. JD paid Joseph to provide Personal Identifiable Information for targeted Verizon customers.

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US v STEVENSON
Felony Criminal Complaint

Ryan Stevenson has previously been hailed as an online security hero. Stevenson was gifted $1,000 by the third-largest mobile provider in the U.S., T-Mobile. This was after identifying a vulnerability on T-Mobile’s website which allowed anyone to access customer account PINs and home addresses. An investigative report by Krebs on Security, claimed Stevenson, had also been selling ‘doxing’ services for carriers in the U.S.

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US v HANDSCHUMACHER
Felony Criminal Complaint

On July 18, 2018, Pasco County authorities arrested Ricky Joseph Handschumacher, an employee of the city of Port Richey, Fla, charging him with grand theft and money laundering.

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US v ABBAS
Felony Criminal Complaint

In February of 2018, Abbas participated in an online chat furthering the scheme to defraud GP that was transmitted in interstate commerce. He accessed GP's cryptocurrency exchange account and transferred funds stolen from GP.

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US v ENDICOTT
Felony Criminal Complaint

Garrett Endicott's role in The Community was to research victims and provide personally identifiable information associated with victims to facilitate the theft of their identities.

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US v FREEMAN
Felony Criminal Complaint

The government requested the Court to issue an order sealing the arrest warrant but authorizing the government to disclose these materials to law enforcement personnel for the arrest of Freeman and his extradition to the US.

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US v JURISIC
Felony Criminal Complaint

In May of 2018, Colton Jurisic and other members of The Community knowingly used identifiers if JP for the purpose of executing a scheme to fraudulently obtain cryptocurrency during and in relation to a violation of 18 USC Sections 1343 and 2.

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US v HARED
Felony Criminal Complaint

Hared was arrested in Tucson and made his initial appearance in the District of Arizona on January 31, 2019. He was released on a $100,000 bond. He appeared before US Magistrate Judge Laurel Beeler on February 13, 2019.

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US v DITMAN
Felony Criminal Complaint

A federal grand jury indicted Matthew Gene Ditman with conspiracy to commit computer fraud and abuse, conspiracy to commit access device fraud, extortion, and aggravated identity theft. Ditman was arrested in Las Vegas and made his initial appearance in the District of Nevada on January 31, 2019. He was released on bond.

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CALIFORNIA v TRUGLIA
Felony Criminal Complaint

In Nov 2018, Nicholas Truglia was arrested and charged with 21 felony counts related to SIM swapping, including stealing $1M from Robert Ross. The felonies include Identity Theft, Grand Theft, Money Laundering and Aggravated White Collar Criminal Crime.

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CALIFORNIA v ORTIZ
Felony Criminal Complaint

On July 12 2018, REACT arrested Joel Ortiz at Los Angeles International Airport on his way to Europe. Ortiz was charged with 44 felony counts related to SIM swapping, including multiple counts each of Identity Theft, Grand Theft, Hacking, as well as an Aggravated White Collar Criminal Crime.

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CALIFORNIA v HARRIS
Felony Criminal Complaint

In October 2018, Joseph Harris was arrested and charged with 4 felony counts related to SIM swapping, including stealing $14M from a company and its employees. The felonies include Identity Theft, Grand Theft, Money Laundering and Aggravated White Collar Criminal Crime.

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CALIFORNIA v NARVAEZ
Felony Criminal Complaint

On August 17, 2018, Xzavyer Narvaez was arrested and charged with 7 felony counts related to SIM swapping. The felonies include numerous charges of Identity Theft, Hacking, and Grand Theft.

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CALIFORNIA v UNG
Felony Criminal Complaint

In Nov 2018, Kalvin Ung was arrested and charged with 65 felony counts related to SIM swapping. The felonies include numerous charges of Identity Theft, Hacking, and Grand Theft.

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StopSIMCrime was started in 2018 by SIM crime victims to raise awareness about the fast growing problem of SIM crimes, be a resource for victims, and effect change through legal efforts. We are raising money for public service announcements, legal actions, and creating legislation that to make it impractical for the mobile carriers to continue to give your mobile service to criminals.

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