embezzle


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Synonyms for embezzle

appropriate (as property entrusted to one's care) fraudulently to one's own use

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Records said the accountant abused the authority granted to him to access the e-system of renewing the e-dirham and used to recharge the credit on one device and then forge the transaction and cancel the recharging operation from another device to embezzle the client's money.
In a new civil lawsuit, a Philadelphia man alleged three former board members of Borinquen Federal Credit Union either conspired to embezzle from the cooperative or failed to intervene to prevent its failure.
Abadio Carrillo is accused of helping his father embezzle the money.
Observation: Taxpayers who embezzle funds over several tax periods are subject to a variety of income taxes and penalties.
Plaintiff minority shareholders allege that the Defendants participated in a scheme to embezzle and defraud BFF out of its assets, including certain proprietary technology involving self-evolving database technology applicable to the Internet ("Technology").
Summary: Suspects opened phoney bank accounts, forged documents to embezzle money in 3 years
Mr Crawford stressed Crilley did not embezzle money from his clients and said he fully accepted responsibility when the scam was discovered .
He also forged RCC documents to embezzle a total of 14 million yen in six other cases between 1999 and 2002, it said.