Benefit Fraud

Started by Alex, July 01, 2022, 02:14:21 PM

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Alex

A failed Algerian asylum seeker who used five bogus identities to claim £370,000 in state handouts has been jailed for five years.

Said Boudemagh, 41, spent eight years submitting fraudulent benefits claims from his Upper Holloway council flat.

He was obviously too greedy, I imagine it would be easier to defraud the state by sticking to two identities  :busted:

Raven

 :wtf: How on earth did he get away with that for so long. What tripped him up I wonder. :busted:


Raven

Thanks. :upvote:

BLIMEY, He was a busy wee bee.

klondike

Quote from: Raven on July 01, 2022, 02:18:08 PM:wtf: How on earth did he get away with that for so long.
Incompetence

We live in a time when intelligent people are silenced so that stupid people won't be offended

Cassandra

He'll never get deported. Imagine five ECHR appeals, each demanding a right to a 'family life'!
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Scrumpy

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July 01, 2022, 04:59:30 PM
Five years for 370 thousand..! 
A cushy job in the library.. time off for ' good behaviour '..
Yep!! That suits me.. I'll do 2 years for that amount..
I did 2 years for covid and got nothing at the end of it..
Don't ask me.. I know nuffink..

Cassandra

#7
Yes you did you learnt to became an admirer of Astrozenika and Pfizer and their agents in the UK, Sir, Sir Patrick Vallance, noble order of the sock and Sir, Sir Chris Whitty noble order of the Bath plug! :wink:
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Cassandra

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Quote from: Alex on July 01, 2022, 02:14:21 PMSaid Boudemagh, 41, spent eight years submitting fraudulent benefits claims from his Upper Holloway council flat.

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Diasi

Quote from: klondike on July 01, 2022, 02:23:51 PMIncompetence

I'm at a total loss to understand how this can have happened
Quote from: Raven on July 01, 2022, 02:18:08 PM:wtf: How on earth did he get away with that for so long. What tripped him up I wonder. :busted:

Somewhere along the line there has had to be some Departmental internal collusion, it's too big a fraud to be explained away by just incompetence alone.

It's totally impossible for this type of fraud to be perpetrated if all the prescribed checking processes are carried out.
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Jacqueline

People I know have had a devil of a job claiming Universal Credit or any other benefit, he couldn't have been working alone, is this big business along the lines of the Asylum Lawyers?

Jacqueline

I have just read Alex' post again.  A failed asylum seeker living in a Council flat? So even if you are rejected the Council will still house you?  Why was he not returned home?  There are genuine homeless legal people who could do with that flat.  No wonder the buggers come over on their dinghies they can't lose, and as a bonus they can fiddle and cheat the Benefits System, I expect it's all written in a Manual compiled and given to them by the Traffikers and Asylum Lawyers.  

Us silly British have to provide proof of who we are, Birth Certificates, Passports etc. Many of these people are undocumented so they don't have the proof, we give them the benefit of the doubt it seems, five times in this blokes case.

Why don't we take DNA from foreign people when they arrive here and if they claim benefits they have to give DNA again and check it on the Data Base, oh sorry against their human rights I forgot!

GrannyMac

It says he married a British National, that would entitle him to residency, might even have been his wife's tenancy. People like him should be deported.
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klondike

But won't be because our politicians won't take the steps necessary to make that possible.

We live in a time when intelligent people are silenced so that stupid people won't be offended

Jacqueline

Quote from: GrannyMac on July 04, 2022, 10:37:48 PMIt says he married a British National, that would entitle him to residency, might even have been his wife's tenancy. People like him should be deported.
I wonder which one of his five name he used when he married? hopefully his right one or else the marriage wouldn't be legal?

I don't understand how he could claim under five different names, he would at least need five different addresses? five different proofs of who he is?  This is still puzzling me.