JAPAN SCAM NEWS: 1 Year Imprisonment For Woman Arrested For Embezzlement In Nagoya District Court Decision, International Romance Fraud

JAPAN SCAM NEWS: 1 Year Imprisonment For Woman Arrested For Embezzlement In Nagoya District Court Decision, International Romance Fraud

JAPAN SCAM NEWS: 1 Year Imprisonment For Woman Arrested For Embezzlement In Nagoya District Court Decision, International Romance Fraud

Keiko Kozaki was accused of embezzlement on business for misappropriating 10 million yen from a medical corporation in order to send money to a person who impersonated a US soldier, who they met through a membership exchange site (SNS). 

The Nagoya District Court sentenced on the 3rd to 1 year in prison (seeking in prison for 2 years in June).

The damage to the corporation totals over 130 million yen. Ozaki is believed to have suffered from an “international romance scam,” in which the middle-aged and older women are swindled money as a love / romance.

Masamichi Itatsu pointed out that “the defendant favored foreigners, was required to pay money in the name of a customs fine payment, and repeated remittances,” said judge Masamichi.

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