On February 20, 2013, a federal grand jury in Texas indicted Dibon Solutions ("Dibon"), a family-owned information technology company located in Carrollton, Texas, and its principals on charges that they recruited foreign workers and sponsored them for positions at Dibon, when these workers actually provided consulting services to Dibon's clients at other locations. As part of the scheme, Dibon also allegedly violated the terms of the H-1B program by refusing to pay the workers the wage represented to the DOL, instead paying them only for the actual time that they worked. This constitutes unlawful "benching" and is prohibited under federal law. Based on this scheme, the defendants were charged with 11 counts of wire fraud arising out of fraudulent submissions to the USCIS and the DOL. The indictment also seeks forfeiture of all proceeds generated by the defendants' unlawful activities.