MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A group of travelers is facing serious charges after authorities said they used ‘fraudulent credit cards’ while on a recent Norwegian cruise.
Police said five Colombian nationals, one woman and four men, were traveling with visitor visas on a 7-day cruise that left on June 2nd and returned to Port of Miami on June 9th.READ MORE: FBI: Body Found Near Search Area For Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito Consistent With Her Description
Police had not yet released the arrest forms for the men involved in the scam, but they identified the woman as Luisa Fernanda Galvis Ramos, 40.
Authorities said all charges while on board were charged to the ‘fraudulent’ cards and so were thousands of dollars of onboard credits.READ MORE: Massive Search Underway For Brian Laundrie, Fiancé Of Missing Florida Woman Gabby Petito
Galvis Ramos faces charges including, organized scheme to defraud and grand theft.
She is currently in custody on an immigration hold.
The group told authorities they had purchased the voyage from a travel agent in Argentina for a substantially reduced rate.MORE NEWS: MDPD Seeking Driver Who Hit, Killed Man Riding Mini Scooter In Florida City
The suspects were due in court in Miami on Monday.