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Ex eircom director jailed for 1 Michael gormally(52)Used false names on mortgage applications which Party Dresses Australia he presented to ics building society on mayor street in dublin over a three year period. The father of six also acted as a facilitator to obtain mortgages for two people who were unaware documents were falsified. Gormally, of prospect view, prospect manor in rathfarnham pleaded guilty at dublin circuit criminal court to four sample counts of inducing ics building society to give him a total of 1.45m between 2006 and 2009.He further pleaded guilty to using a false driving licence as identification for a mortgage on december 11, 2007. Detective garda alan browne told prosecuting counsel pieter le vert that a complaint was made to gardai by a risk manager at ics about mortgage applications which gormally had presented. Gormally, who has two road traffic convictions, changed names and used falsified payslips and bank statements to get around his credit situation and obtain the money. He had attempted to obtain 3.8m but only managed to get 2.4m of which 1.4m was for his own use. The remainder of the money went on mortgages for two individuals which gormally acted as a facilitator and prepared their mortgage applications Gormally's house was searched after he was nominated as a suspect and a laptop, storage devices and a false driving licence were seized on february 11, 2011. He told click here to see more info about Dresses Australia gardai he used the 1.4m as seed capital to get investors to come on board to set up a Peruvian lottery. He admitted he falsified documents to obtain the loans and said all the money was gone, apart from 199, 000 which has been frozen in a bank account. Det gda browne agreed with defence counsel diarmaid mcguinness that gormally"Bared his chest and admitted what he had done in a full, frank and comprehensive admissions".

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