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OFFICE OF FAIR TRADING News Release (83/07) issued by The Government News

Network on 15 June 2007

The OFT has made prohibition orders against two East London estate agents, Azad

Azam and Sheena Khan, banning them from engaging in estate agency work. The

decision will not come into effect until the end of an appeal process.

Azam and Khan were directors of London and Essex Estates in Leytonstone. At

Kingston Crown Court in September 2006, Mr Azam pleaded guilty to one count of

attempting to obtain a money transfer by deception, one count of using a false

instrument, one count of obtaining a money transfer by deception and one count

of obtaining property by deception. He was sentenced to 39 months imprisonment

and disqualified from being a company director for seven years. At the time

the offences were committed, Mr Azam was also working as a police officer.

Ms Khan also pleaded guilty to two counts of obtaining property by deception,

one count of obtaining a money transfer by deception and one count of attempted

obtaining a money transfer by deception. She was sentenced to 32 months

imprisonment and disqualified from being a company director for seven years.

The offences related to Mr Azam and Ms Khan representing to both buyers and

sellers where a property was being sold for a higher price than was in fact

the case, and keeping the difference themselves.

The OFT decided to ban Mr Azam and Ms Khan following receipt of information

about their activities from the Metropolitan police.

Ray Hall, OFT Director of Markets and Projects said:

'Whether buying or selling a property, consumers need to be able to rely

on the integrity of their estate agent. If an agent engages in any form

of fraudulent conduct, the OFT will take action to prevent them working in

the profession. The fact that Mr Azam was employed as a police officer at

the time of the offences, and used this position to gain the trust of his

clients, makes this case even more serious.'

And now they're in rent free accommodation :lol:

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