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Malaysian student in Australia siphoned off RM15,000 a day to secret bank accounts - The Star Online;

Malaysian student in Australia siphoned off RM15,000 a day to secret bank accounts - The Star Online

The Star OnlineMalaysian student in Australia siphoned off RM15,000 a day to secret bank accountsThe Star OnlineChristine Lee Jiaxin was arrested while trying to fly to Malaysia on an emergency passport. - pic from Facebook. PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian student in Australia charged with allegedly spending A$4.6mil (RM13.8mil) mistakenly given to her by a bank may ...and more »

She kept $4.6 million and lived life of luxury - The New Paper;

She kept $4.6 million and lived life of luxury - The New Paper

The New PaperShe kept $4.6 million and lived life of luxuryThe New PaperThe Malaysian woman who received A$4.6 million (S$4.6 million) after Westpac Bank mistakenly credited her account four years ago, lived the high life in Sydney before her arrest this week. Christine Jiaxin Lee, 21, listed her address in court documents ...and more »

Student in court for hiding '$1.3m of bank's $4.6m error transfer' - The Straits Times;

Student in court for hiding '$1.3m of bank's $4.6m error transfer' - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesStudent in court for hiding '$1.3m of bank's $4.6m error transfer'The Straits TimesSYDNEY • A 21-year-old student accused of spending A$4.6 million (S$4.62 million) mistakenly given to her by a bank reportedly hid A$1.3 million of the money by making regular transfers into private bank accounts, and spent the rest living it up ...and more »

Malaysian student blew £2.3m on luxury shoppping sprees after getting an unlimited overdraft - International Business Times UK;

Malaysian student blew £2.3m on luxury shoppping sprees after getting an unlimited overdraft - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UKMalaysian student blew £2.3m on luxury shoppping sprees after getting an unlimited overdraftInternational Business Times UKA Malaysian student in Australia has been arrested after she allegedly spent A$3.33m (£1.7m) after her bank gave her an A$4.6m overdraft. Christine Jiaxin Lee became an accidental millionaire after being given access to the funds by Westpac bank four ...and more »

How teen stashed missing millions after banking error - dailytelegraph.com.au;

How teen stashed missing millions after banking error - dailytelegraph.com.au

dailytelegraph.com.auHow teen stashed missing millions after banking errordailytelegraph.com.auTHE accidental millionaire charged with illegally snatching more than $4.6 million after a Westpac banking error allegedly hid $1.3 million by shifting about $5000 a day into secret bank accounts around the country. Christine Lee, now 21, who lived a ...and more »

Christine Lee allegedly moved $5000 a day into secret accounts to take advantage of a Westpac glitch - NEWS.com.au;

Christine Lee allegedly moved $5000 a day into secret accounts to take advantage of a Westpac glitch - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auChristine Lee allegedly moved $5000 a day into secret accounts to take advantage of a Westpac glitchNEWS.com.auTHE woman who had access to millions of dollars after a Westpac banking glitch, transferred thousands of dollars a day into secret accounts so she could keep it off the bank's radar. But it backfired on Malaysian national Christine Lee who is now being ...and more »

Christine Jiaxin Lee $4.6 million free money: 'I hid $5K a day in secret bank accounts' - scallywagandvagabond;

Christine Jiaxin Lee $4.6 million free money: 'I hid $5K a day in secret bank accounts' - scallywagandvagabond

scallywagandvagabondChristine Jiaxin Lee $4.6 million free money: 'I hid $5K a day in secret bank accounts'scallywagandvagabondChristine Jiaxin Lee $4.6 million: How one exchange student clandestinely withdrew money that was erroneously put into her bank account with calculating design. Authorities have described how Christine Jiaxin Lee the 21 year old Sydney, Australia ...and more »

Report: Bank blunder millionaire stashed A$5000 daily - Malay Mail Online;

Report: Bank blunder millionaire stashed A$5000 daily - Malay Mail Online

Malay Mail OnlineReport: Bank blunder millionaire stashed A$5000 dailyMalay Mail OnlineA Facebook screenshot of Christine Jiaxin Lee who has been charged in Australia with dishonestly obtaining a financial advantage by deception and knowingly dealing with the proceeds of crime. - See more at: ...and more »

Malaysian student in Australia lived life of luxury following RM13.8mil bank transfer - The Star Online;

Malaysian student in Australia lived life of luxury following RM13.8mil bank transfer - The Star Online

The Star OnlineMalaysian student in Australia lived life of luxury following RM13.8mil bank transferThe Star OnlineChristine Jiaxin Lee was arrested for allegedly spending A$4.6mil (RM13.8mil) which was mistakenly given to her by a bank. Photo: Social Media. PETALING JAYA: A Malaysian woman who had allegedly spent A$4.6mil (RM13.8mil) which was mistakenly ...and more »

Bank error made this teenager a millionaire - Khaleej Times;

Bank error made this teenager a millionaire - Khaleej Times

Khaleej TimesBank error made this teenager a millionaireKhaleej TimesChristine Jiaxin Lee was 17 years old and had been living in Sydney for a year when Westpac Banking Corp. made the expensive mistake in 2012, the Waverley Local Court was told on Thursday. A Malaysian student has been charged in a Sydney court with ...and more »

Student, 21, who kept $4.6million wrongly transferred to her 'hid $1.3million by moving $5000 a day into secret bank ... - Daily Mail

Student, 21, who kept $4.6million wrongly transferred to her 'hid $1.3million by moving $5000 a day into secret bank ...Daily MailA 21-year-old student accused of going on a spending spree after millions of dollars were wrongly put into her bank account allegedly hid $1.3 million of the cash by make small transfers into private bank accounts. Christine Jiaxin Lee, from Malaysia ...and more »

Australian student Christine Jiaxin Lee withdraws $4.3 million after bank makes overdraft error - CBC.ca;

Australian student Christine Jiaxin Lee withdraws $4.3 million after bank makes overdraft error - CBC.ca

CBC.caAustralian student Christine Jiaxin Lee withdraws $4.3 million after bank makes overdraft errorCBC.caA Malaysian student has been charged in a Sydney court with dishonesty offenses after a bank accidentally gave her a $4.6 million Australian ($4.3 million Cdn) overdraft four years ago. Waverley Local Court was told on Thursday that Christine Jiaxin ...and more »

Student accused of owing $2.4 million after bank error in Australia - Hamilton Spectator;

Student accused of owing $2.4 million after bank error in Australia - Hamilton Spectator

Hamilton SpectatorStudent accused of owing $2.4 million after bank error in AustraliaHamilton SpectatorA Malaysian student has been charged in a Sydney court with dishonesty offences after a bank accidentally gave her a 4.6 million Australian dollar ($3.4 million) overdraft four years ago. next play/pause pre 1/1. Hamilton Spectator. SYDNEY, Australia ...and more »

Woman spends millions on luxury items after £2.3m was mistakenly transferred into her account - Metro;

Woman spends millions on luxury items after £2.3m was mistakenly transferred into her account - Metro

MetroWoman spends millions on luxury items after £2.3m was mistakenly transferred into her accountMetroA woman has been arrested after she spent millions on luxury items when £2.3 million was mistakenly transferred into her bank account. Christine Jiaxin Lee, from Malaysia, received the lump sum of money into her Westpac bank account as an overdraft ...and more »

Christine Lee lived high life after alleged $4.6 million overdraft glitch by Westpac - Sydney Morning Herald;

Christine Lee lived high life after alleged $4.6 million overdraft glitch by Westpac - Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldChristine Lee lived high life after alleged $4.6 million overdraft glitch by WestpacSydney Morning HeraldA Sydney student who was allegedly given $4.6 million after a Westpac banking glitch appeared to be living the high life in a harbour-view apartment until her arrest this week. Christine Jiaxin Lee, 21, was arrested while trying to board a flight to ...and more »

Student's Handbag Spree After £2.4m Bank Error - Sky News;

Student's Handbag Spree After £2.4m Bank Error - Sky News

Sky NewsStudent's Handbag Spree After £2.4m Bank ErrorSky NewsChristine Lee reportedly splashed out on luxury items and an apartment overlooking Sydney Harbour with an unlimited overdraft. 10:09, UK, Friday 06 May 2016. Australia handbag fraud. Image: Student Christine Lee reportedly got access to an unlimited ...and more »

Woman, 21, who kept $4.6m wrongly put into her bank account is arrested again by immigration officials 'for ... - Daily Mail

Woman, 21, who kept $4.6m wrongly put into her bank account is arrested again by immigration officials 'for ...Daily MailA 21-year-old woman accused of going on an extraordinary spending spree after millions of dollars were mistakenly transferred into her bank account has been arrested by immigration officials for breaching her visa. Christine Jiaxin Lee, 21, was due to ...and more »

A Student In Australia Spent Millions In a Banking Glitch and May Not Have Committed a Crime - TIME;

A Student In Australia Spent Millions In a Banking Glitch and May Not Have Committed a Crime - TIME

TIMEA Student In Australia Spent Millions In a Banking Glitch and May Not Have Committed a CrimeTIMEAn Australian magistrate has suggested that a Malaysian student may not have broken the law when she withdrew about $3.4 million after a banking glitch granted her an unlimited overdraft. Christine Jiaxin Lee, 21, discovered the golden goose just ...and more »

Student with $4.6M Westpac Overdraft Innocent: 'It's Money We Dream Of,' Says Magistrate - Australia Network News;

Student with $4.6M Westpac Overdraft Innocent: 'It's Money We Dream Of,' Says Magistrate - Australia Network News

Australia Network NewsStudent with $4.6M Westpac Overdraft Innocent: 'It's Money We Dream Of,' Says MagistrateAustralia Network NewsA Sydney student who allegedly had $4.6 million mistakenly transferred into her bank account had already spent much of the amount on handbags. However, The Westpac overdraft case has taken a new turn, as according to a magistrate the student has not ...and more »

Woman who spent $3.4m on handbags nabbed - Vanguard;

Woman who spent $3.4m on handbags nabbed - Vanguard

VanguardWoman who spent $3.4m on handbags nabbedVanguardAustralian police have charged a 21-year-old woman with fraud after she allegedly spent US$3.4 million that her bank mistakenly gave her, with much of the money reportedly lavished on handbags. The woman, named in Sydney media as Malaysian ...and more »