NV State Attorney General Indicts Mandeep Singh
In an ongoing multiple cases against Mandeep Singh, the Nevada State Attorney General has indicted Mandeep Singh with various charges related to theft and securities fraud. In February 2020, the office of the NV Attorney General charged Mandeep Singh and his wife Jaspreet Kaur with two counts of theft in the amount of $3,500 or more, a category “B” felony. Additionally, Mandeep Singh is charged with one count of multiple transactions involving fraud or deceit in the course of enterprise or occupation, a category “B” felony.
As per the complaint by the Attorney General, Mandeep Singh unlawfully obtained $3,500 or more from Harpreet Kaur an/or Harpal Padam by material misrepresentation related to investment scheme. As per the charges, Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur being criminally liable under the laws of the State of Nevada.
Other charges include, the defendant Mandeep Singh, unlawfully obtained $3,500 or more from Julie Corwin and/or Jim Kauffman by material misrepresentation which constitutes the crime of theft in the amount of $3,500 or more, a category “B” felony in violation of Nevada Revised Statutes.
In August 2020, the office of the Attorney General filed a first amended criminal complaint against the husband and wife, Mandeep Singh and Jaspreet Kaur with another count of securities fraud, a category “B” felony. The securities fraud charges are related to the offer to sell or purchase of stocks and/or a limited partnership interest in Varinder Singh’s company, Quick Biodiagnostic Laboratory LLC (QBL). Mandeep Singh used QBL’s and/or Varinder Singh’s name to apply for obtain the loan which constitutes the crime of securities fraud.
During the course of Mandeep Singh’s enterprise or occupation, Mandeep knowingly and with the intent to defraud, engaged in a practice and/or course of business scheme of offering or selling investment opportunities that operated as a fraud upon certain individuals. As per the NRS, the above charges constitutes the crime of multiple transactions involving fraud or deceit in the course of enterprise or occupation, a category “B” felony.
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