California Woman Busted In Counterfeit Postage Scheme That Cost USPS Over $60M

A California woman who ran a shipping business was arrested for allegedly mailing more than 9 million parcels using counterfeit postage — costing the US Postal Service $60 million in revenue.

The six-month scheme by Lijuan “Angela” Chen, 50, of Walnut, fell apart last month after a USPS investigator discovered she was using shipping labels that displayed false meter numbers which began with “07,” according to a court filing.

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