An Orlando, Fla. woman, who officials say is part of a large-scale international fake computer service renewal scam that targeted various victims, including at least one Vermont resident, pleaded not guilty to a charge of conspiring to commit wire fraud. The FBI in Burlington said Neha Junaid, 28, targeted elderly people by claiming in personal emails to be part of the “Geek Squad”— the business name associated with Best Buy, a national chain retailer. FBI Special Agent Leah Bogdanowicz said the investigation covers money laundering, wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, computer fraud and computer fraud conspiracy.
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