Tuesday , July 17 2018

Woman charged for allegedly selling non-existent French Bulldog puppies in NSW





A NSW woman has been charged with fraud offenses after allegedly selling non-existent dogs online.

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Police said the 25-year-old woman from Cootamundra, in the state’s south, advertised French Bulldog puppies online in June.

They said yesterday, two people contacted them saying they had paid for the puppies but not received them.

Police said one victim deposited $5,500 into the woman’s bank account, the other $4,000.

It is alleged the woman used the money to buy a car in the Riverina region. Police said the puppies did not exist.

She has been charged with two counts of obtaining financial advantage by deception and dealing in property suspected to be the proceeds of crime.

Well .. at least she was caught!

 

Source : news 

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