UK Grabs £1M In Assets From Serial Credit Card Fraudster

Law360, London (July 14, 2020, 2:40 PM BST) -- The National Crime Agency said on Tuesday that it has recovered more than £1 million ($1.25 million) in assets from a Nigerian scammer and his British partner following an investigation into the couple's alleged multimillion-pound credit card fraud. 

The High Court ordered Ayodele Odewale and his British partner Sara Bharat Yadav to hand over £1.01 million to the NCA under the Proceeds of Crime Act, the NCA said. The agency said it recovered £797,000 from the pair's bank accounts, three Patek Philippe watches valued at £199,000 and a private car registration plate worth £15,000.

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