The four insiders scoured the computer system for rarely-accessed accounts holding large sums of money before passing the details to the criminal gang.They also ordered new bank cards so impostors could pose as the customers and set up transfers of hundreds of thousands of pounds at a time.We know youll be pleasantly surprised by who you meet at our events and remember everyone is there for the same reason; to meet new people, expand their social circles and hopefully (fingers crossed) meet someone special.With this in mind, Dateinadash brings single people in London up to five unique dating events every month including: Professional Speed Dating, Singles Parties, Lock & Key Parties, Jenga Dating, Play Date, Quiz Dating & Gay Speed Dating.Prosecutor Paul Cavin said 'a lot of expensive designer clothing and shoes' were found in Omoregie's car boot, including a Vivienne Westwood shirt worth £230.
He continued: 'Accounts belonging to people with large balances - in some cases several millions of pounds - were targeted.'To identify those rich accounts, an insider, an employee of the bank was recruited to help the gang.'The insider would then assist in breaching the security protocols in order to steal the money.'The money would be transferred to accomplices who would swiftly transfer the money through a number of bogus businesses before eventually the money would disappear offshore.'Once it is offshore it can come back onshore and nobody can trace it.'The first victim lost £750,975 in the space of three days after his account was accessed by both Ayinbode and Omoregie at the Balham and Streatham branches of Lloyds TSB in July 2013.
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Lakes, from Brentford, was jailed for a total of five years.
He was jailed for three years for converting criminal property for the Lloyds Bank fraud, with two years consecutive for conspiracy to defraud and money laundering for a separate, unrelated fraud.