Rugeley man to appear in court accused of £280,000 cashback fraud
Written by The Newsroom on January 3, 2020
A suspected fraudster was due in court accused of falsely claiming £280,000 cashback.
Sajid Mahmood, of Church Lane, Armitage, has been charged with eight counts of fraud by false representation.
Five of the charges relate to fraud by false representation in Stafford. Staffordshire Police said 49-year-old Mahmood allegedly claimed a total of £220,000 cashback between April 2014 and March 2018.
He also faced two charges of fraud by false representation in Cannock – for the sum of £56,400 between May 2016 and January 2017 – and a further charge for the same offence in Walsall in 2013.
His co-accused, 39-year-old Ellen England, of Buckmaster Way, Rugeley is charged with entering into or being concerned in the acquisition/retention/control or use of criminal property between April 2014 and March 2019 on behalf of Mahmood in Cannock.
They were due to appear at Cannock Magistrates’ Court this morning, Friday, January 3.
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