Dozens of charges were filed in court against missing fraudster Melissa Caddick this week.
Caddick was charged with 19 counts of falsely claiming to have a financial services licence, one of failing to produce a licence and 18 counts of dishonest conduct in relation to financial products in a Sydney local court.
As well as the 38 charges filed by Australia's corporate regulator, the new documents filed revealed the extent of her crimes while running the unlicensed Maliver Pty Ltd.
The frauds are said to have taken place over seven years and 11 months against a total of 29 individuals and companies.
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission filed the charges on Friday brought the charges, although it is also taking separate action in the Federal Court.
Caddick received at least $13million from unsuspecting clients and investors, and blown her fortune on luxury items and lavish overseas trips.
Her $8million …