Employees of the administration company were arrested for fraud with receipts in New Moscow
Swindlers exposed illegal receipts to Shcherbinka's residents.
The director general and consultant of the cash settlement center of one of the administration companies in Shcherbinka were detained by the police. They are suspected of stealing money from the urban district residents.
Suspects sent out invoice receipts for payment of utility services to tenants of apartment buildings on the streets of Pushkinskaya, Simferopolskaya, 40 October Anniversary. It is noted that these houses were in service of another administration company. And on false receipts swindlers were given details of their administration company. The victims did not notice the change and paid bills. The press service of the Russian Interior Ministry in Moscow said that at least 27 people were affected by malicious actions.
The police opened a criminal case under article Swindling (part 4, Art. 159 of the Criminal Code). In the near future, the investigation will release the decision in the court to elect a preventive measure against detainees.
The maximum penalty for this wrongful act is an imprisonment up to 10 years.
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