I didn’t forge Visa credit cards, says Dutch national
A Dutch national has denied forging Visa cards for several banks, which he allegedly used to buy goods from supermarkets and hotels.
Jacobus Stanslaus Dekkers, alias James Howart, faces eight counts of forging Visa cards, alleging that they were issued by Imperial Bank, Barclays Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland on various dates from February 2012.
He faces similar court cases in Nairobi, Nakuru and Eldoret towns.
Dekkers is also accused of using different names on the forged cards.
“I never forged the cards and I am just being framed. The prosecution cannot prove these claims,” he told senior principal magistrate Charles Obulutsa.
The hearing is set for January 1.