Woman used fake Australian accent to try and open bank account

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A Fergus, Ont. woman used a fake Australian accent and name in attempt to defraud a local bank.

The 55-year-old woman was charged with:

  • Six counts of obtaining credit under false pretenses
  • 12 counts of using forged documents

An OPP investigation revealed the suspect was attempting to open a bank account with false identification and forged documents.

The woman used the aliases of “Tara Jean Miller”, “Sara Jane Martin” and “Andrea Mary Kantelberg” and used a fake Australian accent.

Read more at Guelph Mercury

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.