Saskatchewan lady accused of defrauding retail firm – Saskatoon

The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) has accused a woman of fraud or attempted to defraud a Canadian retail company of around $ 250,000.

The unidentified company became aware of fraudulent activities involving equity payments, according to a press release on Wednesday in December 2019.

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SPS white collar crime said the activity was discovered at various branches of the company where payments were changed and redirected to a suspect’s bank account. Investigators added that 17 payments were on file and 59 were pending.

The 57-year-old woman from Langham, Sask., Is charged with $ 5,000 in fraud and $ 5,000 in theft. The police did not publish her name.

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She is due to appear in court on October 19.

Langham is about 30 km northwest of Saskatoon.

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