Shamaela Kousar, 22, was working at the Cheshire Building Society in Ashton in May 2008 when she helped four people deposit fake payments into bank accounts so they could then withdraw real money from other branches.
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Bhatti and Robinson pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud at an earlier hearing and were jailed for 18 months. And Cheung, Winterbottom and Ellen all pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit fraud at an earlier hearing and were sentenced to unpaid work.
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Five people, Mark Robinson, 22, of Bottomfield Close, Oldham; Sohaib Bhatti, 26, of Merton Avenue, Oldham; Yan Cheung 22, of Moorland Fold, Stalybridge; Dawn Winterbottom, 32, of Second Avenue, Limeside, Oldham and Kalimaree Ellen, 30, of Cardigan Road, Hollinwood, have all already been sentenced for their part in the scam.
In May 2008, Sohaib Bhatti, 26, approached the other conspirators, who agreed to take part in a scam to steal from the Cheshire Building Society. They were told there was an 'inside person' working at the Ashton branch who would process false cheques.
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Kousar, of Kelverlow Street, Oldham, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit fraud and four counts of fraud by false representation at Minshull Street Crown Court, and has been jailed for two years.
Within a 45 minute period they deposited cheques worth more than 161,000 with Kousar, who processed the cheques knowing full well the payments were fictitious.
person was denied a Euro exchange cheque of 7,493 in Accrington. That raised suspicions with the building society, and the police were called in.
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"However, Winterbottom, Ellen and Cheung should be given credit because they were at Nike Sportswear Air Max Tavas Sneaker Wolf Grey White least prepared to give evidence against Kousar, who continued to deny her part in this scheme throughout her trial.
The four other conspirators then opened accounts in their own name, and on 30 May 2008 they went into the Ashton store while Kousar was working.
"She had a position of trust in the building society and she completely abused it, deliberately processing bogus checks and effectively stealing more than 23,000 from her employers.
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