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A former Oregon student, was on Monday sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison for his role in a massive Apple-iPhone-tracking-scam, according to the report.
Quan Jiang, a Chinese national and a former engineering student at a community college in Albany, Ore., pleaded guilty earlier this year to one count of trafficking in counterfeit goods. He faced a maximum prison term of 10 years.
In between January 2016 and February 2018, Jiang sent out to approximately 3,000 to fake the iphone is imported from Hong, Apple said that they would not turn on and needs to be replaced under warranty, the prosecutors said.
Apple has responded by sending nearly 1500 for the replacement of iPhones, each with an approximate retail value of $600. The expanded scheme will cost the company about $1 million, the OPB has been reported.
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A Chinese man has been sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison for trafficking in false and changed to the Apple iphone.
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U. s. District court Judge Karin Immergut referred to as Jiang’s ‘fraud’ on-going and fixed,” resulting in “a very serious offense.”
Jiang’s attorney, Celia Howes, said her client deserved probation because of the regulations involved, and a major player in China, which is responsible for the production of a fake iphone. They are reduced to Jiang’s role in the scheme: “receive, send, and return it to you.”
The approach of the court through a translator, Jiang said he has changed since the commission of the fraud, and referred to himself as “naive, innocent, and kind of stupid,” the Oregonian/Oregon Live reported.
It is most likely that Jiang will be deported to China after his sentence, due to no longer being eligible to stay in the United States of america. Jiang has not paid $200,000 in restitution to the company.
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Assistant to the public Prosecutor of the s. S., Ryan Bounds, who prosecuted the case, said he has been witness to similar schemes of the game before. He pointed out that such a fraud could play a negative role to play in the major companies such as Apple to change the warranty policy.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.