An investigation conducted by Lewisham police has led to four Lewisham residents being charged with fraud.
The suspects were charged as part of a group of seven after being arrested last June by Lewisham Safer Neighbourhood Officers.
The investigation began after police were alerted by several Londoners who had discovered they had credit card accounts set up in their names without their knowledge or consent.
During the arrests, police officers recovered mail believed to have been stolen, mobile phones, passports, credit cards, cash, electronic equipment and computers. The scale of the fraud is estimated to be between £100,000 and £500,000.
Harnault Hospice Kassi, 37, of Minard Road, was charged with conspiracy to steal, conspiracy to defraud, theft, possession of articles for use in fraud, possession of false identity documents and possession of identity documents relating to another.
And Funke Moshebolatan Okhira, 46, of Haredon Close, Lewisham, was charged with conspiracy to steal and false accounting, whilst Sunny Paul Okhira, 42, of Haredon Close was charged with conspiracy to steal and theft.
Monique Mandeng, 33, also of Minard Road, was charged with conspiracy to steal, conspiracy to defraud, possession of articles for use in fraud and possession of identity documents relating to another.
Three other suspects include a man from Essex, a man from Greenwich and a woman from Bexley.
The six suspects will appear at Kingston Crown Court on April 11.