A former Lloyds Banking Group head of digital banking fraud and security has been charged with defrauding her employer. Prosecutors said that Jessica Harper had submitted false expenses claims that totalled £2.46m. The Crown Prosecution Service's deputy head of the central fraud group, Andrew Penhale, said in a statement: We …
I don't which I find worse...
...the fact that someone in such a trusted position (or any position for that matter) would even consider such a stupid act or the fact that as head of security and fraud the silly cow didn't have enough knowledge or common sense to cover her tracks.
I am of course assuming that she is in fact guilty and that this is not just all some terrible mistake (like happened with those poor MPs not realising that a duck house or a pad for your mistress might not be a refundable expense).
All in it together, up to thier f"cking knecks in it. Tobin them, tobin the all ha ha ha ha
£2.4m - not SALARY, but EXPENSES?? Fuck me, like what the hell was she doing that she thought that wouldn't be noticeable..?!
Re: How much??
How she thought this would go unnoticeable isn't important. How can you run up £2.46 million in expenses? is what needs to be answered.
Re: How much??
Exactly my thought... If this was her fraud amount, how much were the "genuine" expenses? The mind boggles!
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How on earth did Lloyds
let the fraud get to £2.5 MILLION before they clocked it ? Thank goodness I don't bank with the incompetent shysters.
That works out at £16K a month approximately.
Sixteen thousand pounds a month in expenses? Four thousand pounds a week, every week for over three years?
And that is, presumably, on top of the legitimate expenses she claimed...
How on EARTH could that have happened?
I have to admit to some quiet admiration for her ambition
if you're going to steal, don't piss about with a few twenties here and there: go for broke.
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