I have a guesthouse in Colesburg. My ex ...

Asked by Adelej on 06-12-2022 15:17:34
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Northern Cape

I have a guesthouse in Colesburg.  My ex wife worked for me. After we got divorces she started working for the bookkeepers that did my books.  After huge issues I moved from bookkeepers.  My current bookeepers picked up that she drew up invoices for a company that used our accommodation with her own personal banking account number.  The company paid the monies into her personal account in the amount of R48 800. I kept on asking where the payment is and she claimed the company closed down and did not pay.  We have evidence that the money was paid into her account.  What do I do now? 

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 08-12-2022 21:14:12

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Well, either you can sue her in the civil magistrates court to get the money back, or you can lay fraud charges against her at the SAPS and ask them to arrest her for fraud.

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