Man who 'robbed' Kiwis faces justice
Sun, 05 Aug 2012 9:42a.m.
A company director who offered Kiwis the chance to work in Australian mines has been arrested.
Dozens complained to the Commerce Commission alleging Frank Yeates failed to deliver on his promises.
They gave him money towards CVs in the hope that doing so would secure jobs in the lucrative industry.
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Web manager Viv Burgess is one of those who is now left out-of-pocket, claiming Mr Yeates still owes her nearly $11,000 in wages.
“He owes me money for work I did for him, which involved administering the website database and producing people’s actual CVs for them.”
Mr Yeates will appear in court later this month on fraud charges.
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15/08/2012 6:58:44 p.m.
You got yours frank.hope you enjoy it.
5/08/2012 12:29:39 p.m.
The amount of fraud going on in this country at the moment is very high. I know two people personally who have done something dishonest and are facing charges.
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