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Accountant admits guilt in public fraud

Former office of fair trading accountant created fake company

A former public accountant has pleaded guilty after trying to defraud the
office of fair trading of more than £350,000, the
Daily
Telegraph reports
.

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.

Further reading:
Accountant
for Office of Fair Trading admits to stealing public money

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