“Charities always need to be registered and have a license if they’re collecting in a public place.
Prison for man in £9,000 travel expenses racket
“This travel scheme was capable of being exploited and Mr Barlow did that.”
Man used boss’s credit card to gamble online
District Judge Nigel Broderick said it had been “a nasty offence” as it involved breaching the trust of someone who had given him a job.
Man (34) accused of fraud over £5k unpaid hotel bills
David Daly attended Monday’s sitting of Enniskillen Magistrates Court.
Fermanagh teen admits his part in major VAT fraud
A FERMANAGH teenager who tried to steal almost £60,000 has become the third member of his family to admit his part in a major VAT fraud at Dungannon Crown Court.
Breaking: Moane pleads guilty to £1.3m tax fraud
A well-known local GAA figure has pleaded guilty to making false tax returns to claim over £1.3 million in VAT repayments in what is believed to be one of the county’s biggest ever tax fraud cases.
Couple accused of ‘massive fraud’
AN ENNISKILLEN couple at the centre of a “massive and complex” alleged fraud case has appeared in court accused of eleven counts of fraudulent activity carried out over a three year period.