Woman admits 284 fraud charges

Loraine Anne Candor Jayme, 35, appeared in the Hamilton District Court this morning facing 284 charges laid by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Photo / Newstalk ZB
Loraine Anne Candor Jayme, 35, appeared in the Hamilton District Court this morning facing 284 charges laid by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Photo / Newstalk ZB

A Waikato woman has admitted 284 fraud charges involving supplying fake visas to Filipinos.

Loraine Anne Candor Jayme, 35, appeared in the Hamilton District Court this morning facing 284 charges laid by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.

They included forgery, using false documents, obtaining by deception and supply of false information after allegedly being paid to falsify visas for a large number of Filipinos.

Through her lawyer Roger Laybourn, Jayme pleaded guilty to all charges.

Jayme, of Te Aroha, was arrested in October and accused of creating fake CVs so that Filipinos could work in New Zealand.

She was remanded on bail for sentencing in October.

- NZ Herald

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