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

The 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 ...

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

A 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 ...

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

THE 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 ...

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

Christine 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 ...

Bank error made this teenager a millionaire - Khaleej Times

Christine 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 ...

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

A 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 ...

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

A 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 ...

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

A 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 ...

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

An 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 ...

Woman who spent $3.4m on handbags nabbed - Vanguard

Australian 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 ...