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A 32-year-old woman has confessed that she as an employee of IKEA has committed computer fraud for over a million dollars.
Therefore, instead of an indictment has been drawn up a so-called retsmødebegæring prior to a hearing, where there will be a judgment.
Of retsmødebegæringen, which Ekstra Bladet has had access to, states that the woman 'in order to gain or other gain' in 44 cases has 'changed, added or deleted information, or applications to electronic data processing, since the accused created fictitious customer orders and subsequently cancelled these and listed private bank account as the receiving account in connection with the cancellation'.
This was the woman, who lives on the copenhagen perform, paid 1.324.984,20 crowns.
See also: Former IKEA employee being investigated for a million-fudge
the Fraud is done over a three year period from February 2016 to april 2019, when the woman worked at the Swedish møbelgigants department in Taastrup.
the Employer politianmeldte her, according to the Ekstra information in may.
Barely a month before she was reported to the police, created the woman, an independent beauty company.
See also: IKEA-employee created his own company before the police
the Woman is protected by a navneforbud, and the Extra Leaf is therefore unable to describe the details which may reveal her identity.
the Extra Leaf has so far tried in vain to get the woman's forsvarsadvokats comments on the admission of guilt and the upcoming hearing.
According to the retsmødebegæringen will be claimed for compensation by, among others, IKEA and a named security officer.