New York Man Charged With Mail Fraud for Alleged Vermin Scam

Earlier this fall, David Han of Queens was charged with one count of mail fraud and one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud for his elaborate “Vermin Control” scam.

Han and his co-conspirators were found mailing violation notices to New York residents which instructed them to pay a $120 fine for unnamed violations. The notice was allegedly sent from the Vermin Control section of the New York Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Shortly after the scam began, the city had issued a warning about the ongoing scam. It is reported that over 100 people had fallen for the scam and had mailed money to the conspirators.

If you or someone you know has been charged with mail fraud, it is imperative that you act fast to begin building your legal defense immediately. Mail fraud is a felony offense and carries with it serious consequences including up to 20 years in jail. Contact the Law Offices of Richard A. Portale, P.C. at (914) 772-3166 today to learn more about how our legal team can assist in your mail fraud case.