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Woman Accused Of $450,000 Internet Banking Fraud

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Woman Accused Of $450,000 Internet Banking Fraud

Wellington, Feb 6 NZPA - A Hamilton woman has appeared in court charged with internet banking fraud totalling more than $450,000.

Airiana Paul, 20-year-old labourer, entered no plea in Hamilton District Court this week to 11 charges of dishonestly obtaining a pecuniary advantage.

Court documents revealed that Paul allegedly accessed the National Bank's internet banking system on 11 times between November 21 last year and January 5, obtaining a total of $453,000, The Waikato Times reported.

On one occasion, Paul allegedly obtained $80,000.

She was remanded on bail to reappear next month and ordered not to possess or use a computer.

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