Employer lines own pockets with "Back to Work" grants
A 45 year-old Brisbane man has been charged for attempting to defraud the Queensland Government’s "Back to Work" program.
The man allegedly submitted multiple fraudulent applications over a 2-year period, allegedly attempting to obtain over $1.2 million from the scheme designed to help employed Queenslanders get back on their feet.
The man allegedly received an actual sum of over $120,000 in fraudulent grants. He has been charged with one count of fraud, attempted fraud, money laundering, possess tainted property and possession of dangerous drugs and 2 counts of dealing with identification information.