Lloyds Bank Fraudster To Repay £30kThursday, 6th December 2018 at 5:43pm
The Halifax Courier reports that a former employee of Lloyds Banking Group convicted of fraud has been ordered to repay more than £30,000.
Mohammed Navid Ramzan was found to have assets totalling £33,911.77, which must be repaid in full within three months or he will be jailed for a year.
Detective Sergeant Karen Milner of the Bradford District Proceeds of Crime Team, said: “This should serve as a warning to those who think they can benefit financially from a criminal lifestyle.”
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