End of the line for fraudsters
Wed, 24 Oct 2012 7:00p.m.
Eight months ago Campbell Live brought you a series of stories about an advertising scam costing hundreds of small businesses, schools, and charities millions of dollars a year.
Today we can report that as a result of our stories and a major investigation involving the Serious Fraud Office, the police, the IRD and the Commerce Commission, the alleged criminals behind the scam have been arrested.
This morning police swooped on four addresses across the country, and this afternoon six men appeared in court.
Tristram Clayton has been following the story from the beginning.
Watch the video to see his report.
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25/10/2012 6:43:11 p.m.
OutlookNZ aren't a scam and have been publishing legit magazines for almost 20 years.
25/10/2012 12:56:53 p.m.
I do hope the SFO has picked up on the fact that they started again, using OutlookNZ Publishing Group as the trading name.....
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