Woman who posed as inspector to steal from Toronto long-term care home arrested: police – Toronto

Woman who posed as inspector to steal from Toronto long-term care home arrested: police – Toronto

Police have confirmed the arrest of a 39-year-old woman alleged to have fraudulently entered a Toronto long-term care home to steal debit and credit cards. According to Toronto police, on April 30, a woman went into a long-term care facility and said she was a government agent who was doing a site inspection. She walked … Read more

Bookkeeper Sandra Balfour jailed for stealing nearly $2 millon while working for Brisbane car dealer

Bookkeeper Sandra Balfour jailed for stealing nearly  millon while working for Brisbane car dealer

A long-term accountant for a Brisbane car dealer who stole almost $2 million from the company to fund her gambling addiction has been jailed for eight years. Key points: Ms Balfour used another employee’s details to avoid detection when transferring the money Defence lawyers said the money was used to feed Ms Balfour’s poker machine addiction Ms Balfour … Read more

Trump groups settles lawsuit over DC hotel for $750,000

Trump groups settles lawsuit over DC hotel for 0,000

By Michael Balsamo | Associated Press WASHINGTON — Former President Donald Trump’s businesses and inaugural committee have reached a deal to pay Washington, D.C., $750,000 to resolve a lawsuit that alleged the committee overpaid for events at his hotel and enriched the former president’s family in the process, according to the District of Columbia’s attorney … Read more

Melissa Caddick’s husband ordered to hand over Dover Heights home owned by Sydney fraudster

Melissa Caddick’s husband ordered to hand over Dover Heights home owned by Sydney fraudster

Melissa Caddick’s husband has been ordered to vacate and hand over the $16 million mansion in Sydney’s eastern suburbs owned by the fraudster before she disappeared.  Key points: Mr Koletti has a fortnight to hand over the Dover Heights property The house is expected to sell for upwards of $17 million Ms Caddick swindled $23 million from … Read more

Boris Becker sentenced to two and a half years for hiding €500k worth of assets | 5 News – 5 News

Boris Becker sentenced to two and a half years for hiding €500k worth of assets | 5 News – 5 News

Boris Becker sentenced to two and a half years for hiding €500k worth of assets | 5 News  5 News

It ‘didn’t cross my mind’ Trudeau could have been investigated for fraud over Aga Khan trip, former ethics commissioner says

It ‘didn’t cross my mind’ Trudeau could have been investigated for fraud over Aga Khan trip, former ethics commissioner says

Mary Dawson appears before the House of Commons Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics committee in Ottawa, on Jan. 10, 2018.Adrian Wyld/The Canadian Press Mary Dawson said she never thought of calling in the RCMP to investigate Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for fraud when she ruled as the then-federal ethics commissioner that he had broken … Read more

Archegos Founder Bill Hwang and CFO Charged With Securities Fraud

Archegos Founder Bill Hwang and CFO Charged With Securities Fraud

Archegos Capital Management founder Bill Hwang and chief financial officer Patrick Halligan have been indicted on charges of securities fraud, wire fraud and racketeering, federal prosecutors in Manhattan said Wednesday. Prosecutors alleged the men took part in interrelated schemes to unlawfully manipulate the prices of stocks and to defraud leading global investment banks and brokerages.

Sydney woman allegedly scammed $1 million from prospective Canberra home buyer

Sydney woman allegedly scammed  million from prospective Canberra home buyer

A woman has faced a Sydney court after allegedly fleecing a Canberra woman out of $1 million. Key points: Annelise Sunderland, 29, is accused of defrauding a Canberra woman during a property settlement Ms Sunderland pleaded not guilty at Parramatta Local Court in Western Sydney on Tuesday morning It is alleged the Canberra woman unwittingly deposited the … Read more

‘No apparent logical reason’ why former CSIRO executive Mark Wallis defrauded government of $300,000

‘No apparent logical reason’ why former CSIRO executive Mark Wallis defrauded government of 0,000

The ACT Supreme Court has heard there was no obvious explanation for why a former CSIRO executive spent more than $300,000 of government money on cars, a jet ski and a gym membership. Mark Wallis, 47, pleaded guilty to three charges, including using his corporate credit card for personal purchases and forging a document. The fraud … Read more