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Bail extended for alleged job fraudster

Published:Friday | December 12, 2014 | 9:45 AM

A woman, who allegedly swindled money from a number of individuals, purporting that she could obtain jobs on their behalf, was granted a bail extension in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court yesterday.

A mention date of December 19 was set for 31-year-old Camille Townsend-Mandalay to return to court.

The Kingston 3 resident is charged with 12 counts of fraudulent conversion.

The Crown alleges that the accused placed an advertisement in the press offering employment under the name Employment Financial Services Limited.

Interviews were conducted and persons were requested to pay $5,500 for the company’s T-shirts and identification cards.

It is further alleged that the complainants paid over monies but did not receive the items or a refund.

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