6 women plead guilty to Victoria's Secret fraud that cost company $100,000
Six Connecticut women pleaded guilty to a plot to steal tens of thousands of dollars worth of Victoria's Secret goods, federal prosecutors said.
A seventh person is waiting for their trial.
The program involved returning stolen goods as if the item's receipt had been lost and receiving a gift card for the value of the stolen item.
The gift card was then used to purchase a slightly more expensive item and use a debit card to cover the rest of the cost.
The purchased item was returned with a real receipt, except the full balance - which included the value of the stolen item - was posted on a debit card.
The fraud program resulted in more than $ 100,000 in loss for L Brands stores in Connecticut and Massachusetts. L Brands owns Victoria's Secret and other companies such as PINK and Bath & Body Works.
L Brands did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.
The action took place in 2019.
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