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Mum of seven allegedly led syndicate which made $800k from welfare fraud – Sydney Morning Herald

The syndicate is alleged to have taken money meant for people living with disabilities

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Investigators said as a result, six people living with disabilities did not receive the full level of care they were entitled to.
In total, the five stand accused of defrauding the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the Child Care Subsidy of a combined $800,000, with Ms Hassan accused of splashing some of the cash on house cleaning, nannies and buying a home in Melbourne’s north.
Acting Assistant Commissioner and AFP Commander Krissy Barrett said the syndicate members face jail terms if convicted.

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