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Former Barclays Worker Stole £127,000 From Her Bank To Cover Payday Loans She Took Out To Feed Her Gambling Addiction

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2385311/Former-Barclays-worker-stole-127-000-Birmingham-bank-cover-payday-loans-took-feed-gambling-addiction.html

Rogue employee handed two years behind bars for her fraudulent scam

The operations' specialist 'lived a lie' to pay off gambling debts

She made 200 separate transactions of up to £5,000 a time over three years

Her ruse was uncovered when an anomaly of just £40 was spotted

A former Barclays Bank employee has been jailed for stealing £127,000 from accounts to meet payday loans she took out to feed a gambling addiction.

Julia Finney’s 'sophisticated' three-year scam only emerged when she made a £40 mistake on a transaction as she tried to cover her tracks.

It sparked an investigation and police discovered the 29-year-old had taken out dozens of expensive, short-term payday loans to feed her 'serious gambling addiction'.

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Wow and not even promoted to the Barclays Investment desk where her talents surely would have brought in a nice profit?

And of course more importantly would CCC?

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Did she work in the pie futures section?

Yes, If I were a gambler, I'd not bet on her losing weight! :blink:

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She'd have got away with it if she'd have gone for £120m like her CEO

Julia Finney’s 'sophisticated' three-year scam only emerged when she made a £40 mistake on a transaction as she tried to cover her tracks.

If only she'd have called her mate in Abu Dhabi. She could have arranged to lend them the cash to cover up her shortfall. Hey ho.

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2385498/Yorkshire-Building-Society-manager-Denise-Salter-jailed-robbing-family-300k-pay-debts.html

A building society manager has been jailed for four years after robbing her own husband and family’s accounts of more than £300,000 to pay off debts.

Mother-of-two Denise Salter worked her way up from part-time clerk to become manager of the Sheffield branch of the Yorkshire Building Society.

And another one. The systems to find these people so quickly are amazing.

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