LA Man Gets 8 Years for Impersonating Apple, Stealing NFTs, Threatening Influencer and Other Cybercrimes

Authorities have announced the conviction of Los Angeles resident Amir Hossein Golshan for a broad range of cybercrimes, including SIM-swap attacks, Zelle payment fraud, impersonating Apple support, and hijacking social media accounts. Described in court documents as a "serial cybercriminal and scammer," Golshan was recently sentenced to eight years in prison by a California federal court and has been ordered to pay $1.2 million in restitution. Cybercriminal Activities Spanning Four Years Over
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