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Australia Melbourne couple accused of multi-million dollar childcare rort

13:25  28 november  2020
13:25  28 november  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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A Melbourne couple has been accused of registering "phantom children " at a childcare centre they operate in order to claim millions of dollars in The alleged fraud, which authorities say raked in million , included exaggerating the hours some children attended child care or before- and

AFP officers have swooped on Melbourne couple Ola Ouda and Amjad Shehada following an 11-month investigation into a million child care fraud. Multi - million dollar family day care fraud busted.

A federal investigation has uncovered an alleged multi-million dollar childcare rort, where taxpayer money was allegedly used to fund the lavish lifestyle of a Melbourne couple.

Ola Ouda and her partner Amjad Shehada started Prime Family Day Care in 2013.

The Australian Federal Police allege the 42-year-old received more than $15 million in federal funding by falsifying hours worked and making up students that didn't exist.

a woman sitting at a table: Ola Ouda and her partner Amjad Shehada started Prime Family Day Care in 2013. © 9News Ola Ouda and her partner Amjad Shehada started Prime Family Day Care in 2013.

"We allege the two main co-accused have funded grand and luxurious lifestyles on money defrauded from Australian taxpayers," AFP Commander Todd Hunter told 9News.

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"Registering children who did not attend childcare to make false payment claims —phantom children if you will."

Ms Ouda's mansion was one of 10 properties raided from Doncaster East and Craigieburn in Melbourne, to their accountant's office in Sydney.

a person standing in front of a building: More than 70 educators and parents were interviewed resulting in five arrests, including Ms Ouda and Mr Shehahda, one senior office employee and two educators from Roxburgh Park. © 9News More than 70 educators and parents were interviewed resulting in five arrests, including Ms Ouda and Mr Shehahda, one senior office employee and two educators from Roxburgh Park. a woman wearing sunglasses posing for the camera: AFP investigators allege the two main co-accused have funded grand and luxurious lifestyles on money defrauded from Australian taxpayers. © 9News AFP investigators allege the two main co-accused have funded grand and luxurious lifestyles on money defrauded from Australian taxpayers.

More than 70 educators and parents were interviewed resulting in five arrests, including Ms Ouda and Mr Shehahda, one senior office employee and two educators from Roxburgh Park.

The AFP anticipates more people will be charged as a result of this investigation and say millions has been rorted from hardworking taxpayers.

More than $2.4 million paid to the couple's businesses as COVID-19 support is also being investigated, including JobKeeper payments allegedly provided to ineligible staff at their Lebanese restaurant in Eltham.

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