Good to see bad bastards who do this sort of thing to defraud other business people get their beans. The pity is he only got home detention.
A fallen property hotshot wants to move on after escaping a prison sentence for faking documents to try to save his friend from bankruptcy.
Ralph Anthony Vuletic, 31, was sentenced to nine months’ home detention when he appeared in the High Court at Auckland yesterday.
He was facing Serious Fraud Office (SFO) charges after faking a debt to help friend and co-accused Marcus Friedlander avoid bankruptcy and dodge $10 million worth of bills from creditors nine years ago.
Vuletic had earlier pleaded guilty to using a document to defraud, attempting to pervert the course of justice and forging a document.
Friedlander is awaiting sentence after pleading guilty to counts of making forged documents, three of using a document for a pecuniary advantage and two of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
If you know of other people who have falsified sale and purchase agreements, debts, creditors statements and the like then please let me know on the tipline and I will investigate. There is a lot of dodgy activities out there perpetrated by people seeking to avoid bankruptcy or scrutiny of their nefarious and underhanded dealings. Often they work in conjunction with equally dodgy liquidators. They need the disinfectant of sunlight.
They should be outed, prosecuted and put in jail.