Two UK-born Nigerians, Emma and Amy Daramola have been fingered in Europe’s biggest cyber-crime racket.
Emma and her sister, Amy were among a gang who lived a luxurious lifestyle of super cars and shopping sprees in Harrods as they conned £113million out of innocent victims has been jailed.
Scammers Amy, Emma Daramola in several photos above
Ringleader Fazeen Hameed, known as Fizzy, had a fleet of luxury cars including Porsches, Lamborghinis and Bentleys thanks to the ‘vishing’ technique, in which they called victims and pretended to be their banks to get their details.
Feezan Hameed, also known as Feezan Choudhary, made millions from a scam in which money was taken from small firms
As well as having a sprawling mansion in Lahore, Hameed, 25, spent millions on jewellery, first class trips to Dubai and shopping sprees with cash from what was the biggest ever cyber-scam in the UK.
On one trip to Harrods he spent £98,000 on luxury goods including a £45,000 Rolex watch and clothes from Versace as her ‘flitted away’ the money scammed from his hardworking victims.
But he and his gang of nearly 20 scammers were caught after defrauding 750 bank customers in the biggest cyber-fraud scam the Metropolitan Police has ever seen.
Judge Peter Testar described Fizzy as a ‘very strong personality’ who is ‘persuasive and authoritative to the point of bullying’.
Hameed even posed with a tiger in a glamorous photo shoot thanks to the riches he obtained with the scam
Images released by police shows a huge pile of cash uncovered during the investigation
Feezan Hameed had this loud and expensive Lamborghini thanks to the hundreds of thousands he made with his partners in the scam
This picture shows the entire row of luxury cars that Hameed had, including (from left to right) a Bentley , a BMW and an Audi
Other faces of Hameed, his wife
Below are faces of other scammers: