Cybercrim who fleeced students faces scramble to repay stolen cash

Launderer for phishing op has three months to return £630,000 or face another five years inside
Alexander J Martin
A woman who made £1.2m through cybercrime has been ordered to pay back almost £630,000 accumulated from the hundreds of British students she helped to defraud.
Ruth Smith-Ajala, 46, a Nigerian national of Redlands Way, Lambeth, was given a five-year sentence back in December 2013 for her role in stealing £1.2m from British students in a phishing scam.
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