Benefits fraud is a serious crime and it has a great effect on the genuine people who are really in need of the financial help and support it provides.
(PRWEB UK) 11 June 2013
According to the BBC News Cumbria report, 46 year-old Carlisle woman Lynsey Wright has been told she faces a custodial sentence after she admitted to a £25,000 benefits fraud. The report dated 10 June 2013: Lynsey Wright admits £25,000 benefits fraud, says that judge Barbara Forrester sitting at Carlisle Crown Court heard that Wright pleaded guilty to three charges of making false statements to the Department for Work and Pensions (case number T20130032). Wright claimed income support, council tax and housing benefit while living with her employed partner and was remanded on bail to be sentenced later.
Private Investigators Newcastle-upon-Tyne is often approached to look into possible benefits fraudsters. These cases can be investigated using static or mobile surveillance methods to monitor the suspect’s actions, movements all meetings and interactions with other people. With the photographic and video evidence collected during surveillance Private Investigators Newcastle-upon-Tyne have helped many clients find out the truth of a situation.
Spokesperson from Private Investigators Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Lisa Evans said:
“Benefits fraud is a serious crime and it has a great effect on the genuine people who are really in need of the financial help and support it provides. In my professional opinion I believe this offence deserves a custodial sentence and the offender should repay the stolen money back into the benefits system.”
Private Investigator Newcastle-upon-Tyne along with their sister company Private Investigators Brighton is a team of highly trained professional and discreet private investigators and detectives with over 35 years experience in the industry. Their understanding and approachable team of male and female detectives are available 24/7 to conduct matrimonial, corporate and private investigations