Four held for selling fake credit cards at World Cup

Rio de Janeiro, June 20 (IANS/EFE): Four people were arrested by the Brazilian police while trying to sell fake credit cards in a bid to attend the FIFA World Cup Spain-Chile match here.

Two Chileans, a Colombian and a Venezuelan were taken to custody nearby the Maracana Stadium Wednesday night, reports EFE.

The cards the convicted were trying to sell at $680 were similar to the ones that belonged to a sponsoring company but the FIFA said that they were forged.


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