Dad, Son Admit to $1M Bulk Mail Scheme

Monday, Feb 24, 2014  |  Updated 12:19 PM EDT
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Dad, Son Admit to $1M Bulk Mail Scheme

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The father-and-son operators of a New Jersey-based bulk mailing house face sentencing after they admitted defrauding clients of more than $1 million.

Harold and Mark Clevett pleaded guilty in September. They're scheduled for sentencing in federal court in Newark on Monday.

The pair admitted using their Succasunna-based bulk mailing house, Clevett Worldwide Mailers, to run a scheme in which they discarded and shredded nearly 3 million pieces of customer mail between 2007 and 2011, instead of delivering them.

Harold Clevett is from Middlesex. Mark Clevett is from Randolph. They pleaded guilty to wire fraud conspiracy which has a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.

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