A Unanderra woman has been granted bail after being charged for allegedly defrauding people of their paid concert tickets.
Lake Illawarra police officers stopped Hannah Elizabeth Johnson in her a car on Winnima Way, Berkeley on Thursday afternoon and spoke to her about alleged fraud offences.
Police will allege the 24-year-old had on multiple occasions advertised concert tickets for sale via an online selling platform.
It is alleged she was provided payment for the tickets but did not forward the tickets onto her customers.
Police conducted a search warrant at Johnson's home where items were seized.
Johnson was charged with nine counts of dishonestly obtain financial advantage by deception, two counts of goods in personal custody suspected of being stolen and possess prohibited drug.
Magistrate Susan McGowan granted Johnson bail when she appeared in Wollongong Local Court on Friday. She is required to report to police daily.
Johnson is excused from her next court appearance on July 28 if she is in rehabilitation.
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