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Fraudster used credit card of PM staffer

Fuseworks Media
Fuseworks Media

Wellington, June 11 NZPA - Over $800 was spent through the fraudulent use of a credit card belonging to someone in Prime Minister John Key's office, ministerial credit card spending documents show.

An email within the documents, released yesterday under the Offical Information Act, show the card was believed to have been taken from a desk in the office of the prime minister between October 6 and 9 last year and that police became involved. The spending took place over three days from October 10.

Of a total of $850.15, $390 was spent at a Wellington party pill shop and nearly $400 was spent at a tobacco shop. The perpetrator also dined out at Burger King. The full amount was refunded by BNZ on November 9.

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