Little Downham Man Used Credit Card Belonging To Someone Else To Buy Cars and Pay Phone Bill

PUBLISHED: 12:10 03 July 2009 | UPDATED: 10:56 04 May 2010

LITTLE Downham man Paul Fuller has denied two charges of fraud, relating to more than £11,000 worth of motor vehicles and a mobile phone bill. It is alleged that 46-year-old Fuller committed fraud on May 16, by dishonestly claiming that he was in lawful p

LITTLE Downham man Paul Fuller has denied two charges of fraud, relating to more than £11,000 worth of motor vehicles and a mobile phone bill.

It is alleged that 46-year-old Fuller committed fraud on May 16, by dishonestly claiming that he was in lawful possession of a credit card belonging to Mark Fuller, and that he was entitled to use the card to make a gain, namely motor vehicles valued at £11,585 for himself.

The second charge alleges that Fuller, of Orchard Estate, committed fraud on May 7 by again falsely representing that he was in lawful possession of a credit card belonging to Mark Fuller, and he was entitled to use it to make a gain, namely the payment of a bill to Orange plc, in the sum of £103.

Ely magistrates decided he should face trial at Cambridge Crown Court, and adjourned his case for a committal hearing on August 13.


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