Jail For £60k Mobile Phone FraudSaturday, 25th November 2017 at 7:04pm
According to the Louth Leader, a woman who carried out a £60,000 mobile phone fraud on her employers was jailed at Lincoln Crown Court.
Amy Theobald worked for the Louth-based farming industry co-operative Woldmarsh and ordered thousands of pounds-worth of mobile phones over a two-year period, claiming they were for members of the organisation.
She then kept the phones for herself, distributing some to other people and recycling some in return for cash.
The fraud was discovered when Vodafone raised their concerns after a very large number of phones was ordered as part of an ongoing partnership with Woldmarsh.
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