Carpet numbering at centre of new Feltex fraud claim

Denise McNabb
Fri, 23 Jul 2021

Carpet numbering at centre of new Feltex fraud claim
Former directors of Feltex are rejecting the latest attempt to revive fraud claims. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Denise McNabb
Fri, 23 Jul 2021
Information uncovered through forensic data-matching of carpet roll numbers, picking slips and invoices has given Feltex litigation funder Tony Gavigan fresh impetus to pursue the carpet maker’s former company directors and Credit Suisse, alleging fraud.The Serious Fraud Office has yet to decide whether to pursue the claims and Gavigan is waiting on the results of an independent assessment of key materials he unearthed on a recent trip to Melbourne.In a letter to BusinessDesk on July 23, lawyers acting for several of the former Feltex dir...

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