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Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Sydney City Medical Centre owner Roselyn Singh suspect in identity theft

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In February 2013, Sydney City Medical Centre owner Dr Roselyn Singh PhD, MBA, BCom (Hons), lodged a vexatious complaint with the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC), against a competitor medical centre owner using an identity she stole from another competitor.

The extent of the use of the competitors identity, is unknown. However it can be revealed the identity has been used by Singh, since early 2012. It is also alleged Singh used other identities to intimidate competitor medical centre owners and staff.

Singh's fraudulent behaviour and intimidation of competitors doesn't end there. Complaints have been lodged against Singh with Police, ASIC, ACCC and Fair Trading for identity theft, false accusations causing an investigation, data and IP theft, misleading and deceptive conduct and passing off. Singh routinely lists competitor practices on her website including their addresses however with a different phone number. Callers are then redirected to Active Muscle and Spine at 300 George Street owned by an associate of Singh and Sydney City Medical which is owned by one of Singh's companys' UTSG Consortium Pty Limited (under administration).

In one of the largest ever reported personal information thefts in the medical industry, one of the centres listed on Singh's website had most of its patient data base compromised and IP stolen in a series of systematic frauds orchestrated by Singh and ex-employees of the centre listed.

Police, ASIC, ACCC and Fair Trading have so far failed to ignite an investigation into Singh or her associates. Fraud Police maintain lodging a false complaint using a stolen identity is not a crime and they have no legislative powers to charge Singh or her associates with data theft. In addition a Fair Trading insider explained, "it is not significantly important enough for us to investigate". Another example of Small Business being let down by authorities despite a clear mandate to investigate and prosecute business owners making false and misleading claims

Inquiries, by Data Theft, into Singh’s profile, appearing on Linkedin (Google search ‘Roselyn Singh PhD’), have failed to validate her publicised credentials. The University of Sydney, listed by Singh, has no record of her having studied for a PhD, MBA or BCom (Hons). Singh's present employers Deloitte and PwC, listed by Singh on her Linkedin profile, have been unable to locate her on their payroll records.

Roselyn Singh also owns VHealth Plus and has been President of Miss Earth Australia (since 2013). Both these organisations are located at 40 Park Street Sydney.

Singh's claims, published on her websites and various other websites, her medical centres and Miss Earth Australia are not-for-profit entities supporting various charities and foundations also remain unsupported by any discoverable evidence. None of Singh's entities are registered with ACNC.

Despite an independant Police report indicating Singh should be investigated, evidence and witnesses the HCCC have refused, without explanation, to lodge a complaint with Police against Singh for using a stolen identity to provide false information about a doctor causing an investigation, a crime under the Health ACT 2002 and the Crimes Act 1900. Complaints to the Health Minister, The Hon Jillian Skinner, have been redirected back to the HCCC and APHRA. APHRA will not investigate Singh because she is not a practicing health care professional.

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