Cook's £800,000 fraud bill

August 2006
EG: Estates Gazette;8/19/2006, Issue 633, p21
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the ruling of a Dundee Sheriff Court in Scotland ordering businessman Angus Cook to pay more than £800,000 for fraud. Cook has admitted defrauding companies under the alias Richard Arthur Thomas. The scam involved the purchase of goods on credit and selling them without repaying the loans. It cites the reasons of Cook for turning to fraud.


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