A Unanderra mum who forged medical certificates to get out of court-appointed community service work has been hit with more than 100 new fraud charges following a raid on her home last year.
Detectives attached to Lake Illawarra Technology Crime Unit seized dozens of bank cards, blank driver licences and fraudulently obtained mobile phones and tablets during a search of Jade Killin's Central Road property in November.
They also discovered post-it notes with a weekly "to-do" list outlining Killin's fraudulent activity, as well as the words "fraud is not a crime, it is a way of life" written on her bedroom mirror in pink.
They charged the 33-year-old with a host of offences at the time, including including four counts of making false documents to influence the exercise of public duty and dealing with identification information.
Killin has since pleaded guilty to those charges.
However, police revealed on Monday they had charged Killin with an additional 106 offences after carrying out a thorough review of all documents and evidence seized from November's search warrant.
Charge sheets sighted by the Mercury reveal Killin stands accused of using more than a dozen fabricated names to create scores of fake documents including pay slips, bank statements, utility bills, driver's licences and Medicare cards.
It is alleged Killin then used the fake documents over a period of about 18 months to apply for loans or credit cards from at least 10 financial institutions including Gem Visa, Latitude Pay, HSBC, Myer and Cigno Loans.
While some attempts failed, police will allege several were successful, resulting in Killin receiving loans of between $300 and $5,000.
Killin also allegedly applied for Caltex Star Cards is three different names, racking up a debt of more than $20,000 before her arrest.
Police will allege Killin also used the fraudulent documents to buy multiple mobile phones and tablets from Optus, Telstra and Vodafone, or sign up to expensive contracts.
In early 2018, Killin allegedly signed up for four iPhone contracts on 24-month plans, worth a combined $11,436.
Further charges include allegations that Killin tried to buy an ID printer for $11,000 by passing herself off as as employee of the Corrimal Bowling Club and that she was found in possession of instructions on how to cook drugs - allegedly a copy of a book titled Secrets of Methamphetamine Manufacture, 7th Edition - when police raided her home.
Killin, who has been behind bars since her arrest in November, chose not to appear in Wollongong Local Court on Tuesday during a brief mention of the fresh charges.
She did not enter any pleas and the case was adjourned to January 29 for referral to the Director of Public Prosecutions.