Three Trinidad and Tobago nationals are among four men charged in Jamaica for their involvement in a major credit and debit card racket.
Jamaican police say the men have been accused of defrauding a hotel in the business district of New Kingston of over US$3,000 by using fictitious credit cards.
They were charged last week by detectives, according to report by the Caribbean Media Corporation.
The investigators charged the men after seizing 16 cards in the hotel room occupied by the men.
Those charged are Trinidadians – Rhienalvo Dickson, Akil Sullivan, Rohan McKain and Jamaican, Chad Williams.
The men are scheduled to appear in court on Thursday for a bail hearing.
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