Self-Professed ‘King of Fraud’ Aleksandr Zhukov Ran Ads on Fake Sites
Russian national Aleksandr Zhukov has been convicted by a U.S. federal jury of four charges – including wire fraud and money laundering – as part of the so-called Methbot scheme, which prosecutors say led to $7 million in digital advertising fraud.

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