Canadian admits faking bank cards
A Canadian man pleaded guilty to six charges of bank fraud in Magistrates’ Court yesterday.
Christopher McMeel, 28, was accused of possessing seven fake debit cards and a magnetic card strip reader intended to create fake debit cards.
McMeel, from Montreal, Quebec, pleaded not guilty to two charges of possession of a fake debit card.
The offences were alleged to have happened in St George’s on November 15.
Magistrate Tyrone Chin remanded McMeel in custody and adjourned the case until December 4.
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