Bay Area serial fraudster sentenced for using false information to get hired by six companies

SAN FRANCISCO — A Bay Area man who used fake information and other tricks to get hired by six different companies has been sentenced to 27 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud, records show.

Aaron Morris, of Los Gatos, was sentenced earlier this month by U.S. District Judge James Donato. He , last February. The sentence is three months more than prosecutors had asked for.

In an 11-page sentencing memo, federal prosecutors they detailed numerous schemes Morris was behind. Among them: presenting himself as an attorney, creating a fake email address to impersonate a Columbia Business School administrator and “confirm” Morris’ attendance, and running an

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