Thirty-six people have been charged for their alleged involvement in running a cyber-crime service responsible for more than $530m (£381m) of losses.
The Infraud Organisation is said to have dealt in stolen credit cards and passwords and engaged in bank fraud and ID theft.
As of March 2017, its dark-web-based service’s discussion forum is said to have had 10,901 registered members….
“The criminals involved in such schemes may think they can escape detection by hiding behind their computer screens here and overseas,” said Derek Benner, of Homeland Security Investigations.
“But as this case shows, cyber-space is not a refuge from justice.”