Investigator of the MIA of Russia Administration for Kemerovo completed the investigation of a criminal case brought against a former top manager of a consumer credit association. The previously convicted 56-year-old woman was charged with three crimes stipulated by parts 3 and 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code “Fraud”.
The investigator and staff of the Division for of Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption of the MIA of Russia Administration for Kemerovo found that the defendant, when working as deputy manager for the development of a consumer credit company, stole the money of the organization and its shareholders. The suspect organized an action on free-of charge handing over to citizens of filters for water purification. At the same time Kuzbass residents signed contracts and provided copies of their documents. With the help of the obtained data, the defendant issued fictitious loan agreements for amounts ranging from 30,000 to 50,000 rubles. This money was allegedly given to them from the cash desk of the credit institution. In fact, the suspect stole about 10,000,000 rubles and tried to hide their absence by these fictitious loans. Using this scheme, the defendant made more than 700 contracts. In addition, she persuaded two residents of Kemerovo to become shareholders of the organization and make deposits, after which she stole their money.
At present, the investigation has collected a sufficient evidence base. The materials of the criminal case were sent to court. Sanctions of the article of the indictment provide for s punishment of up to 10 years of imprisonment.
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