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Former An Post fraudster to help SMEs spot trouble

9th September, 2018
O’Reilly has published a book about his experiences

Tony O’Reilly, the former An Post branch manager who stole €1.75 million from his employers to fund his gambling addiction, will advise businesses on how to spot the signs of gambling addictions among their employees at a seminar in Dublin later this month.

O’Reilly, who now works as an addiction counsellor, will also discuss how he rationalised his actions.

The event is being organised by the consultancy firm Fraud Business Solutions...

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