Police: 3 men accused of stealing more than $2 million in fraud scheme

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Three men are facing charges in an alleged international fraud scheme.

Two of the suspects are from Long Island - South Huntington and Huntington – and are accused of using call centers in India to impersonate federal employees, and steal more than $2 million from victims across the U.S.

They allegedly told people they had to pay off unfounded financial obligations to the U.S. government.

They face multiple charges, including wire fraud and money laundering.

If convicted, the men could get up to 20 years in prison.

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