Family Business Defrauded Of £100k

Sunday, 24th September 2017 at 12:20pm

According to Worcester News, a fraudster stole more than £100,000 to fund his gambling addiction betraying kind-hearted business owners who treated him ‘like family’.

Kelvin Bradley brought the cable company, Rhinocables, to the brink of ruin, forcing the owners to remortgage their home and move into rented accommodation.

The £101,971 fraud was committed against the company whilst Bradley was in charge of maintaining many thousands of listings on eBay and Amazon, selling cables and leads such as HDMI and audio cables.

Bradley had the passwords for the company’s four eBay accounts and diverted money from the sale of company products into his own PayPal account using his personal email address. He would later change the email address back to that of the company, ‘covering his tracks’.

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