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A man was charged with fraudulently earning more than 42 million frequent-flyer miles worth $1.75 million

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Prosecutors say the Delta SkyBonus miles that the man fraudulently earned and redeemed were worth $1.75 million.

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A man was charged with fraudulently earning more than 42 million frequent-flyer miles worth $1.75 million

A man was charged with fraudulently earning more than 42 million frequent-flyer miles worth $1.75 million

Prosecutors say the Delta SkyBonus miles that the man fraudulently earned and redeemed were worth $1.75 million.

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