A former bank manager has been charged after he allegedly used bank log-ins to fraudulently withdraw more than $90,000 from customers’ accounts.
Police said that in June this year, detectives from the Fraud & Cybercrime Squad’s Corporate Corruption Team were contacted by a financial institution in relation to a former employee allegedly defrauding customers at a branch at Cootamundra.
Following ongoing investigations, a 35-year-old man was yesterday served a Future Court Attendance Notice to appear at Cootamundra Local Court on Friday 5 December.
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In court, police will allege the man had used bank log-ins to access customer accounts and make more than $90,000 in unauthorised transactions.