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The Chase winner stole £53,000 from dead people's accounts after going into debt

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Daniel Hodgin, 47, abused his position at the Halifax in Hough Lane, Leyland. He transferred cash between the accounts of dead customers and siphoned payments into his own account. He even duplicated a payment for funeral expenses to pay himself. In 2017 he appeared on ITV's The Chase and won a share of a �14,000 prize. He was sentenced to 20 months suspended for 20 months.
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The Chase winner stole £53k from dead people’s accounts amid 'crushing debt'

Daniel Hodgin was arrested in August 2021, four years on from his appearance on The Chase, after Lloyds Banking Group spotted a number of fraudulent payments leaving accounts of deceased customers

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Chase winner stole £53,000 from dead people's accounts after going into debt

Daniel Hodgin, a former The Chase winner, stole tens of thousands of pounds from accounts held at Halifax branch in Leyland, Lancashire.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Chase winner steals £53,000 from dead people's bank accounts

Daniel Hodgin stole the cash while working as a finance consultant at Halifax

3 months ago·Manchester, United Kingdom
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The Chase winner steals £53k from bank accounts of dead people

Daniel Hodgin even duplicated a payment for funeral expenses to pay himself £4,500

3 months ago·Liverpool, United Kingdom
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The Chase winner stole £53,000 from the bank accounts of dead people

A finance consultant who won an episode of The Chase stole £53,000 from the bank accounts of dead people after getting himself into debt.

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Man who won The Chase got into debt and stole from accounts of dead people

After winning a share of £14,000 Hodgin started to 'live beyond his means'

3 months ago
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