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MoneyYoung mum's passport held over alleged $4.8m share scam

08:17  17 july  2019
08:17  17 july  2019 Source:   brisbanetimes.com.au

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Young mum's passport held over alleged $4.8m share scam© Supplied Jasmine Vella-Arpaci is alleged to have been involved in a share scam.

A young Melbourne woman has had her passport seized by the court and has been restrained from leaving Australia over her alleged involvement in a share scam that has netted $2.44 million from unsuspecting victims and attempted to steal millions more.

Jasmine Vella-Arpaci, who according to available records is either 20 or 21-years-old, is suspected of being involved in a major identity-theft scam that has allegedly stolen or attempted to steal $4.79 million worth of shares in ASX-listed companies held by regular investors.

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The Federal Court has slapped a travel ban on Ms Vella-Arpaci as the corporate regulator, the Australian  Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), continues its investigation.

In handing down the travel ban in May, Justice Jennifer Davies took into consideration Ms Vella-Arpaci's personal circumstances.

"She has a six-month-old daughter, her husband is currently in custody and she is an Australian citizen and he is not aware of her holding citizenship of any other country," Justice Davies said.

"Notwithstanding, having regard to the matters I have identified, I accept that the investigation may be compromised if the defendant does not remain in Australia and is not available to assist in that investigation, and it is accordingly desirable to make the orders sought."

Ms Vella-Arpaci and others in the alleged fraud ring are suspected of making a criminal breach of the Corporations Act relating to dishonest dealings of financial services products as well as other criminal offences.

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Justice Davies said ASIC's investigation related to "share sales in Australian-listed companies conducted through the use of false identities and without the knowledge or authorisation of the genuine owners of the shares".

The court heard "there is evidence to show that the defendant [Ms Vella-Arpaci] had access to the knowledge and materials necessary to steal and/or create false identities and participate in cross-border currency transfers".

"Investigations to date indicate that approximately $2.44 million has been fraudulently obtained and attempts have been made to obtain approximately a further $2.35 million through the sale of shares in this manner as recently as March 2019," Justice Davies said in her judgment.

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