Auckland mortgage fraud arrest at International Airport

Edwin Mitson
Wed, 08 Jun 2016

By Edwin Mitson June 8 (BusinessDesk) - A man charged in connection with an alleged mortgage fraud in Auckland in the run-up to the global financial crisis has been arrested at the city's International airport.  Simon Lawrence Turnbull, 43, is charged with nine counts of dishonestly taking or using a document, nineteen counts of obtaining by deception or causing loss by deception and ten counts of using forged documents.  The Serious Fraud Office claims Turnbull was involved in a fraud in which false loan applications were submitted to...

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