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ASSI Investigations - New Investigators Required

ASSI Investigations is seeking the services of new and experienced investigators to conduct a variety of interesting investigations on a sub contract basis Australia wide. Our rates are some of the best available and we now invite those investigators who are recently licensed or those who are looking for work to submit a resume outlining your experience for inclusion in our team.

To register your interest please submit your information to reception@assii.com.au or investigations@assiinvestigations.com.au and outline any specialist skills you may have.

Short listed applicants will be required to attend an assessment workshop which will be held in each capital city throughout October and November 2011. Selected investigators will be provided with ongoing work at an attractive rate.

 

Five charged after fraud inquiries

The West Australian - September 2011

Criminals climbed into rubbish bins and fossicked through garbage for discarded bank statements in an audacious fraud racket allegedly uncovered in Perth.

The major fraud squad have charged four people with 78 fraud-related offences over an alleged plot involving the theft of credit card details and creation of false identities to make online or telephone purchases of $150,000 of gift cards and property including electrical goods, jewellery, perfume, household items and alcohol.

In a separate fraud inquiry, code named Operation Snake, police charged a Mullaloo man who allegedly used computer editing software to create false identity documents.

Acting Det-Insp Pete Davies, from the major fraud squad, claimed the 25-year-old created six false identities, which he used to open 17 bank accounts, get driver's licence learner permits in those false names and buy $210,000 worth of property including high-performance vehicles.

He alleged the Mullaloo man had bought five utilities and a Holden SV6 sedan under finance contracts in the false identities but then sold several of them on an online website.

 


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