Crimestoppers most wanted fraudsters includes a solicitor wanted in Suffolk who allegedly conned banks out of £12 million
A campaign launched by the charity Crimestoppers to locate ten of the most wanted fraudsters in the UK, who between them are believed to be responsible for more than £200 million worth of fraud, includes a solicitor wanted in Suffolk for allegedly conning Mortgage Lenders and banks out of around £12 million. [2 August 2011]
Ajayi Seun, 45, is believed to have committed the offences between 2004 and 2009, and is also currently charged with Conspiracy to Money Launder. He has failed to report to bail and police are keen to trace him.
His previous address was in Carshalton, Surrey, but he has not been seen at this address since the end of May.
The national campaign has been launched following reports earlier this year that fraud cost the UK an estimated £38 billion in 2010.
Fraud is not a victimless crime
Crimestoppers’ Eastern Regional Manager, Ann Scott, said: “Seun has made a lot of money from his alleged offences and in the end it is us who pays the bill. Fraud costs the public a lot of money, making the offence a victimless crime.”
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