As part of his scheme, and to ensure that his fraudulent invoices were accepted, Bleicher paid a contractor working in the facilities department of Company 1 who was responsible for the janitorial supplies.
Once that contractor left, Bleicher continued his fraudulent activity with the contractor’s replacement and rewarded him by buying him expensive dinners, taking him to professional sports games like the Philadelphia 76ers, and providing him with expensive wines.
Later, Bleicher recruited an employee of Company 1 and gave her the fraudulent invoices to submit for payment.
Bleicher admitted that he used the money he got from the scheme – $1,917,381,00 – on numerous personal expenditures, such as Rolex watches, two Rolls Royce automobiles, two Subaru automobiles, motorcycles, home renovations and college tuition for his children.
More at source: NJ Today
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