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A New Jersey woman who volunteered as a financial secretary for her church, has been charged with embezzling more than a half-million dollars to pay for the thousands and thousands of online purchases from their marriage, a car loan, a satellite TV, and cell phone bills, according to officials.
Taisha Smith-DeJoseph has been accused of stealing a total of $561,777 of the Pc. Paul’s Baptist Church in Willingboro, N. J., for a period of five years, ending in March 2019, according to the Burlington County Prosecutor’s office BCPO).
In an effort to conceal the scheme by the federal government, Smith DeJoseph’s failure to file income tax returns in the 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2018. In 2017, when she filed a fraudulent tax return.
Smith DeJoseph, the operation on the left Approx. Paul’s Church, with a negative balance of bank accounts at more than 500 cases in the prosecutor’s office said, according to the Burlington County Times.
The investigation began when one church official, who is suspected of having committed the theft, please contact the BCPO Financial crimes Unit.
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Smith DeJoseph, in addition to the unauthorized electronic publishing, is also, reportedly, issued, payroll and the delivery of reimbursement checks from the church’s treasury to himself. They came up with monthly statements can be hidden from the church the financial condition of the church staff.
The Pastor, Fred Jackson, told WPVI that the money that the misconduct did not affect organ donation rates.
“Most of the church knew about what was going on,” he said. “Fortunately, the contribution is not diminished.”
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Jackson is of the opinion that the obfuscation was successfully executed, and because of the faith of the believers in their faith community.
“Confidence and trust. Trust. That’s all I can say is,” Jackson said. “We, as Christians, want to believe that we can trust and we put our trust in other people and in God, and sometimes that trust is misplaced.”
Jackson said that the new policy is already in place in order to prevent such a thing from ever happening.
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Smith DeJoseph will use the city’s money to run 2,718 transactions from PayPal, to a total of $266,600; $5,840 value of the expenditure on the women’s fashion site ASOS.com, 805 purchase on Amazon totaling $22,800, and much more.