Former part-time bookkeeper at Ball Media testifies at fraud trial

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As the Christina and Luigi Imola fraud trial resumed on Tuesday, a former part-time bookkeeper at Ball Media testified that one of the reasons she left her job there was because the financial systems were concerning her.

Imola wrote extra cheques to herself

Christina Imola, known as Paige, who was the financial officer for the media company, was charged in 2012, along with her husband, with fraud over $5,000 and possession of the proceeds of crime in connection with more than $500,000 stolen from Ball Media from 2007 to 2012. The couple has pleaded not guilty. According to the Crown, Paige Imola wrote dozens of extra cheques to herself and both the Imolas used company credit cards for thousands in personal purchases.

Read more at The Brantford Expositor.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.