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28-05-2019, 02:43 PM

How to spend 16m in Harrods - Zamira Hajiyeva

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Woman who spent 16m in Harrods revealed

Now details of Zamira Hajiyeva's spending and the complex financial arrangements behind her unexplained wealth are available:

In all, she spent 16,309,077.87 in Harrods between 29 September 2006 and 14 June 2016 - and almost 6m of it could be directly linked back to 35 credit cards issued by the bank her husband is accused of ripping off. In all, she apparently used 54 credit cards.

She began modestly at first - spending 842 on children's books and 140 on perfume.

Later came 1,600 of Miu Miu designer clothes and a further 1,539 on Ferragamo shoes.

Then the amounts began to soar. There was an unspecified payment to Harrods of more than 66,000 and more than 17,000 for goods from the designer Tom Dixon.

Just after midday on 20 June 2008 she paid 925 at the underwear and socks counter.

One hour and three minutes later, the Cartier jewellery till received a payment for 433,389.79 - the largest clearly identifiable spend on the schedule.

The most curious payment is 99,000, which went through the till at Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo - Disney's then exclusive boutique in the store.

It's not clear what this is for, given that the boutique charged 1,000 an hour for a prince or princess children's make-over.

That mystery aside, she was not short of credit that particular day - another 160,000 went on Boucheron jewellery.
The article contains much more detail and is very long, but some might find it interesting .....

Mrs Hajiyeva has repeatedly denied wrongdoing, and is appealing against the NCA's action against her.
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