Man faces federal prison in alleged credit card scams

A man named Anthony Demasi was indicted by a federal grand jury Thursday with attempting to take out credit cards from three banks using the identities of three people without their consent. The crimes allegedly took place in Isabella County.

Demasi was indicted on three counts of bank fraud, which carries a sentence of up to 30 years in prison, and three counts of aggravated identity theft, which carries a mandatory consecutive sentence of two years.

Very little information was immediately available about Demasi, other than his name and that the crimes allegedly took place in Isabella County.

There is a man named Anthony Demasi with known ties to Isabella County and an education foundation called Beta Sole. Shortly after the federal indictments were unsealed, rumors began to circulate that the Demasi charged in federal court was the same Demasi associated with the Beta Sole Foundation.

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