Four Arrested in $7.2 Million Xerox Fraud

 

fraudFour suspects have been arrested, accused of defrauding Xerox Corporation out of an estimated $7.2 million, the Florida Department of Law Enforcement said Tuesday.

Robert Lee Fisher, 75,  owner of RBM Imaging and an authorized reseller provided toner and other services to his customers based on copy machine service contracts. According to FDLE, Fisher was able to obtain toner at no cost as part of these service contracts.

Agents also say, Fisher’s four associates – Bryan Arthur Day, 35; Jason David Haynes, 34, and David Charles Haynes, 57, all of Ormond Beach and Kyle Laing Haynes, 31, of Deland – operated two shell companies, HDH Graphics Inc. and Aldar Securities, and provided false information to Xerox about the amount of toner they were using.

The investigation found the businesses existed for the purpose of ordering large amounts of toner and fraudulently reselling it.

Day, Jason Haynes, Kyle Haynes and David Haynes have been charged with racketeering and three counts of grand theft. The suspects turned themselves in and were booked into the Volusia County Jail.

Fisher remains at large, FDLE said.

 

 

 

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.