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Federal information filing and Federal criminal plea agreement

Federal information filing and Federal criminal plea agreement

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Rachel Duncan, the accountant who was fired from the S.C. Hospitality Association in February, has admitted she embezzled $480,000 from the group and used the money for online gambling. These are the two federal documents - plea agreement and information filing - associated with federal court action Thursday, April 19, 2012.
Rachel Duncan, the accountant who was fired from the S.C. Hospitality Association in February, has admitted she embezzled $480,000 from the group and used the money for online gambling. These are the two federal documents - plea agreement and information filing - associated with federal court action Thursday, April 19, 2012.

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3:12-cr-00271-JFA Date Filed
03/29/12
Entry Number 2 , Page 1 of 3
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR
THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINACOLUMBIA DIVISIONUNITED STATES OF AMERICA
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CRIM.
NO.
3:
12-271
26
U.S,.C.
§
7206(1)
18
U.S.C.
§
1343INFORMATION
THE UNITED STATES ATTORNEY CHARGES:COUNT
1
1.
RACHEL DUNCAN was employed by the South Carolina Hospitality Association
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(The Association) from May
2001
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2012,
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Accounting and Membership services.
2.
From 2006 to 2012, RACHEL DUNCAN embezzled funds from The Association and itsaffiliate organizations by writing checks to herself, which she deposited into her personal bankaccount. RACHEL DUNCAN also embezzled funds by using The Association's point
of
sale creditcard terminal to refund the money
to
her own debit card after association members paid dues or fees.In total, RACHEL DUNCAN embezzled approximately $480,944, which she used primarily foronline gambling in offshore entities.
3.
Additionally, RACHEL DUNCAN acquired a NetSpend prepaid Visa card. RACHELDUNCAN transferred stolen funds from her own account to her NetSpend Visa card by usingWestern Union and MoneyGram. RACHEL
DuNCAN~'used
the NetSpend card to deposit fundsinto her online gambling account, which she previously did by using her own bank account.
4.
RACHEL DUNCAN electronically transferred funds from her own bank account
at
SouthCarolina State Credit Union to various shell companies around the world which served as paymentprocessors for an Austrqlian online casino.
 
3:12-cr-00271-JFA Date Filed 03/29/12 Entry Number 2 Page 2
of
3
5.
For
ax:
years 2006 to 2011, RACHEL DUNCAN electronically filed her
own
federal incometax return from
her
computer located in South Carolina. RACHEL DUNCAN filed each
tax:
returnby fraudulently failing to report all
of
her illegal income to the IRS, namely the funds she stole fromThe Association. Each federal
tax:
return was filed under. penalty
of
perjury.
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6.
In the tax year
of2010,
in the District
of
South Carolina, RACHEL DUNCAN did willfullymake and subscribe a
Tax:
Return Form 1040, which was verified by a written declaration that it wasmade under the penaities
of
perjury and filed with the Internal Revenue Service, which
Tax:
ReturnForm 1040 she did not believe to
be
true and correct as to every material matter in that the TaxReturn Form 1040 reported her taxable income as $41,339, whereas she then and there well knewand believed, her taxable income was substantially more than $41,339;All in violation
of
Title 26, United States Code, Section 7206(1)
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3:12-cr-00271-JFA Date Filed 03/29/12 Entry Number 2 Page 3
of
3
COUNT
2
THE UNITED
STATES
ATTORNEY
FURTHERCHARGES:
1.
Paragraphs 1 through 5 of Count 1
are
incorporated herein
by
reference~
,
2.
On or
about January 28,2011, in the DistriCt
of
South Carolina and, elsewhere, thedefendant, RACHEL DUNCAN, for the purpose
of
executing the
above~described
schemeand artifice to defraud, and to obtain money and property by means
of
false and fraudulentpretenses, representations and promises, did cause to
be
transmitted in interstate commerce,by means
of
a wire communication from a South Carolina State Credit-Union Account, inSouth Carolina, to .. www.icpcard.com
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in Stockholm, Sweden, a company used to processinternational wire transfers, in order to buy credit at an online casino located in Australia;In violation
of
TitIe 18, United States Code, Sections 1343.
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