PITTSBURGH, Pa. – A resident of suburban Pittsburgh has been sentenced in federal court to 14 months in prison, which has already been served, followed by five years of supervised release, which includes 90 days of home incarceration followed by 90 days of home detention, on her conviction of mail fraud conspiracy and bank fraud conspiracy, United States Attorney Scott W. Brady announced today.
United States District Judge Arthur J. Schwab imposed the sentence on Rachel Naill, 43.
According to information presented to the court, Rachel Naill, and her husband, Joseph Naill, obtained and used individuals’ personal identifying information to obtain fraudulent credit cards. The Naills then used the fraudulent credit cards to take cash advances, make online purchases and make point-of-sale purchases. The overall loss to financial institutions was approximately $178,500. Additionally, Rachal Naill also used stolen personal identifying information to attempt to obtain a fraudulent loan through Marquette Savings Bank.
Joseph Naill was previously sentenced to 45 months in prison and two years of supervised release.
Assistant United States Attorney Lee J. Karl prosecuted this case on behalf of the government.
United States Attorney Brady commended the United States Postal Inspection Service and the Department of Homeland Security – Homeland Security Investigations for the investigation leading to the successful prosecution of Rachel Naill.