A former public accountant has pleaded guilty after trying to defraud the
office of fair trading of more than £350,000, the
Asif Haque, 38, of Harrow, north-west London, used a fake company to siphon
off money from the department, falsely claiming for contracts using a fictitious
company, between February 2008 and July 2008.
Haque pleaded guilty at Southwark Crown Court to 11 counts of fraud and one
count of concealing, disguising or transferring criminal property.
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