Australia Qld pair accused of Nashville singer scam

23:02  04 december  2019
23:02  04 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Two Queenslanders have been charged over a scam worth almost $1 million after were investors told they were financing an Aussie singer's career in the US. © Getty Images Two Queenslanders have been charged over a scam worth almost $1 million after were investors told they were financing an Aussie singer's career in the US.

Two Queenslanders have been accused of scamming $900,000 from investors who believed they were financing the career of a young Aussie singer trying to make it big in Nashville.

A man and a woman from the Sunshine Coast are accused of telling investors they were raising money for the singer and that they'd get regular payments based on her musical success.

But police say the Nashville-based Aussie songstress had no idea what was going on.

Instead, the pair used the money to make small payments to others in the investment scheme, detectives say.

Six people spoke to police, sparking Monday's arrests. Officers say it's likely there are more victims of the 2016 scam and have urged people to come forward.

A woman, 41, and a man, 44, both from Mount Coolum, are each facing five counts of fraud.

They will appear in the Maroochydore Magistrates Court on January 6 next year. The singer has not been named.

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