An 33 year Indian Origin man has been sentenced for six years in New Zealand for ripping off $2 million from family friends and business partners.
Six years imprisonment have been awarded to a Indian origin man in New Zealand today for fraudulently ripping of $ 2 million from his own mother, friends, relatives, business partners and his doctor.
According to the sources the accused was identified as Sanjay Kumar Joshi has been given a sentence for six years by Auckland high court under 27 different charges related to fraud.
Sanjay Kumar Joshi studied marketing and accounting at Auckland University and obtained a job after his education as a general manager at a major Auto mobile company. Sanjay left that job in 2010 and started his own business.
Sanjay using his knowledge and experience of working in the auto mobile company started to cheat people who was close to him.
Joshi has cheated more than 20 people and the frauds include obtaining money by deception to using forged documents to obtain finance.
His business partner Aaron Young was alone fraudulently lost money by Joshi for nearly dollar 1 million saying that he would deliver him with high end cars from Japan but he only delivered two cars for which young has to pay extra cost to secure loans to keep them.
It was learnt that in 2012 Joshi’s doctor was also cheated who was granted interim name suppression out of 477,000 dollar. Joshi also cheated his own mother by drawing nearly 9000 dollars from her credit card and also forged the signatures of his parents and obtained more than 81,000 dollars from a finance company and 50,000 from various suppliers of Automotive industry.