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I did a Bill of Exchange out of desperation in order to (as I believed) to pay off my mortgage and stop the bank repossessing the properties. I had 4 properties at the time. I was told by a friend of a friend this had worked for them and for the price of 700 gbp they could conduct it for me.

I was dubious, but without realising the total ins and outs went ahead with it.

2 years later my house has been repossed, but the fraud squad are after me for sending a cheque which was a bill of exchange. What is the likelihood of me being done for fraud? Scared and terrified and naive for believing this was a solution to help my situation.

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Its not possible to say much because you have only given us very limited information, though in a criminal case that might be for the best.

 

Fraud requires dishonesty, so they would need to show that you knew sending the bill of exchange/cheque was fraudulent.

 

I imagine the case has much more to do with issuing the bill of exchange knowing payment would never be made, rather than just about sending a BoE rather than a cheque. The old concept of 'bills of exchange' has been hijacked and twisted by 'freeman of the land' types in recent years so be very careful what you read about them.

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The lack of information is due to my lack of understanding at the time, even after much research I must admit I am totally confused.

I was facing repossession, this seemed too good to be true, I did not want to do it. Yes, I sent it thinking it was a way to pay off my mortgage. By no means did I do it to cause fraud or deceive anyone. The thing I do not understand is the fact it was sent 2 years ago. In between that time, the bank have taken the properties and sold them.

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