An L.A. man pleaded guilty in a credit card case.

Clifton W. Johnson, 30, accused of engineering what prosecutors called one of the biggest credit card fraud rings in the country, pleaded guilty to charges that he used bogus cards to defraud banks of more than $750,000. Johnson was accused of concocting a scheme in which he obtained microfilm of confidential credit information of as many as 3 million Visa and MasterCard holders from accomplices inside the Bank of America's card center in Pasadena. The case is being heard in a federal court in Houston.

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