Border arrest turns up close to 100 fraudlent credit cards

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MCALLEN, TX – Talk about taking credit for something that’s not yours. Police in McAllen arrested these Daniel Guardiola-Dominguez and Mary Carmen Garcia after they found 96 cloned or counterfeit credit cards in their possession.

Before they could cash in on other people’s credit, the terrible two-some was arrested at the Anzalduas International Bridge that connects the U.S. and Mexico.

McAllen police are working with federal officials to determine how the two got the information to make the fake credit cards, hoping to put this tricky transaction to rest for good.

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