Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Second man charged over sale of fraudulent debts totalling more than $36 million - Herald Sun

DETECTIVES have charged a second person in relation to the sale of fraudulent debts totalling more than $36 million a year ago.

Police from the Fraud and Cybercrime Squad began investigating the business activities of a former smash repair company at Kirrawee, in Sydney's south, last August.

It will be alleged that fraudulent work invoices had been created for a total of $36,889,704, with 10 financial institutions identified as having factored those invoices.

A 66-year-old man was yesterday arrested when he attended Sutherland Police Station.

He was charged with five counts of obtain money by deception and nine counts of fraud, and granted conditional bail to appear at Sutherland Local Court on September 19.

He is the second person to have been charged as a result of the investigation, with a 67-year-old woman also expected to appear at Sutherland Local Court on the same day.

A NSW Police spokesman said inquiries are continuing.

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