More charged in FNPF scam
August 16, 2019 10:00 am
Another four will be produced in court today along with former employees of the FNPF and TLTB for allegedly defrauding the FNPF.
All six are alleged to have colluded to use forged Certificate of Titles to withdraw more than $31,000 from the FNPF accounts of four of the accused.
The first accused, a former FNPF employee has been charged with five counts for allegedly forging various legal documents pertaining to the purchase of land.
The second accused a former iTLTB clerk has been charged with one count of Forgery for allegedly forging a Certificate of Title.
The third accused a 45-year-old Security Officer also faces one count of Using Forged Documents and one count of Obtaining Financial Advantage by Deception for allegedly obtaining $5,600 from the FNPF.
The fourth accused a 40-year-old woman who is a Customer Service Officer faces the same charges for allegedly obtaining $3,000.
A 35-year-old Naval Officer has been charged with one count of Using Forged Document and one count of Obtaining Financial Advantage by Deception for allegedly obtaining $10,300 from FNPF using forged documents.
The sixth accused a 42-year-old technician has been charged with the same two counts for allegedly obtaining $12,200 from FNPF using forged documents.
The alleged incident took place in June this year.
Some of the individuals charged have appeared in court for similar allegations yesterday, while three others have been implicated in the police investigation.