Calgary woman charged after $52K email fraud

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A 30-year-old Calgary woman is set to appear in a Halifax provincial court early next week on charges relating to a $52,000 email theft from a Nova Scotia business.

The RCMP’s commercial crime unit laid the charges following a business owner’s complaint that the firm’s email account had been hacked and a $52,000 payment for a large piece of equipment had been redirected.

Tamiko White, 30, was charged with multiple offences including fraud, credit card forgery, using or trafficking in credit card data, possessing and trafficking in stolen property, identity theft, identity fraud, money laundering and breaching a recognizance.

Following a six-month investigation, White was arrested shortly after officers searched her home on May 19. The investigation team included Halifax Regional Police, Calgary police, Edmonton police and the Alberta RCMP’s federal and serious crime unit.

Read more at Local XPress

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.