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White collar crimes: 1 accused of embezzling re golf course

A former employee at a golf course in Wisconsin has recently been accused of embezzlement after he allegedly sold fake memberships to golfers and pocketed the profits. White collar crimes of this nature carry serious consequences, and a conviction could have a substantial impact on the future of an accused individual. Those who face similar charges could benefit from preparing for what comes next by focusing on their defense with guidance from an attorney.

An investigation into the matter began after a manager at the golf course allegedly discovered that an employee was selling fake memberships and keeping the profits. The manager claims the man would also offer discounted rates for those who pay with cash. According to the complaint, those who purchased these memberships were told that they were buying the rights from others who were relocating to a different area.

Upon being approached about the issue by the manager and the owner of the course, the man allegedly admitted to the allegations, and claimed that he intended to repay the money in time. According to reports, he is accused of embezzling over $70,000 from the business. The owner claims he began making payments for a short time, and that the criminal complaint was filed after these payments ceased.

Being accused of white collar crimes such as embezzlement can be a stressful and intimidating experience. Those who face similar circumstances could find it advisable to speak with a defense attorney for advice on making informed decisions throughout the process. An attorney in Wisconsin can work toward protecting a client’s legal rights and provide assistance with any further legal proceedings related to the charges.

Source:, “Former golf course employee accused of embezzlement“, Mike Longaecker, Nov. 21, 2017

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