R v Q - T-Mobile Hacking & Fraud

Our Fraud Solicitors were instructed to represented 3 men, from many others, accused of Conspiracy to Defraud and making False Representations to secure mobile phone contracts for their clients.

The men benefitted by receiving commission from the network providers and repeating the exercise many times, often involving the same clients. The Fraud valued at more than £300,000.

It was alleged that T-mobile's customer services information database had been hacked and a large number of new high-profile handsets were distributed to numerous addresses under the pretence of being legitimate T-Mobile upgrades.

It was further suggested that the 3 men worked with Computer Hacking specialists who employed Malware to control T-Mobile's computers remotely.