Former Travel Agent Faces Allegations of Scamming Victims Out of Nearly $50,000

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Former travel agent Michelle Anthony faces mounting accusations of scamming individuals out of nearly $50,000.

Her committal hearing, originally scheduled for April 24, was adjourned as police gather evidence.

Anthony, owner of Michy D’s Travel Agency, faces at least four charges of fraudulent conversion.

Since news of the scam broke last year, more victims have come forward, alleging Anthony failed to fulfill ticket purchases and misappropriated funds.

She is already charged with defrauding one woman of $4,355.80 in November 2023.

Additionally, she faces charges for unlawfully converting $29,031.31 provided by the Government for personal use in August 2023, and for similar actions involving $1,500.00 entrusted to her by another woman in December 2023.

Another victim reportedly suffered losses totaling $12,650.00 between August and December 2023 due to her alleged fraudulent activities.

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