Thursday, January 14, 2010

Guilty Pleas in Video Relay Scam

A couple of people who worked at Viable video relay service in Maryland have plead guilty to charges stemming from a million dollar scam designed to bilk the government out of money through fake calls. The company's former assistant vice president of business development, Anthony Mowl, and the former human resources manager, Donald Tropp, have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Viable president John Yeh also faces charge.