R v D'C - £4 Million Fraud Case Dropped

Stuart Miller Solicitors were instructed to represent Mr R D'C who was accused of stealing identification from his colleagues at a large investment company in the UK. It was alleged that he then used the same personal details to create false bank accounts and companies in Belize.

The allegations indicated that our client submitted false invoices of £4 million to the clients of the UK based investment company. Considering the invoices to be genuinely generated, the company made payments in good-faith. Out client was alleged to have siphoned the money to the false bank accounts.

With substantial efforts and pro-active legal advice from specialist Fraud & Cybercrime Solicitor Majad Habib, our client's position was protected and the police decided not to continue with the investigation.