A Kalamazoo man sentenced in October for ripping off Apple

A California court has convicted a Kalamazoo man of stealing $1 million from Apple. Van-Seyla Mork

Wood TV 8 reported that...

In a federal courtroom in California Monday, Van-Seyla Mork, 25, pleaded guilty to a count of wire fraud and a count of money laundering, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. Several other counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, wire fraud and money laundering were dismissed under the terms of a plea agreement.

How these charges came you be is that Mork would lie to the Apple stating that customers had received their shipment but the boxes were empty. Mork then was the recipient of the cash refund. From their he put the money into varying bank accounts and keep the money. In the end he was a million dollars richer until he scheme was discovered.

Mork was charged last November (2018), and will be sentenced this upcoming October 21st. Mork is currently out on a $50,000 bond, I am sure at this point he can afford it!