An Illawarra woman accused of turning financial fraud into a full-time job allegedly compiled a mega database containing the personal information of almost 800 people she intended to con, police have revealed.
Jade Killin was already facing more than 100 fraud offences when police laid an additional 171 charges against her in Wollongong Local Court this week.
The fresh charge sheets tendered to the court said police allegedly discovered 14 databases on Killin's electronic devices, containing the personal identification information of 786 people.
Police will allege Killin had the information "with the intention of committing fraud".
Meanwhile, it is alleged Killin used the identities of dozens of different people, both males and females, in 2018 and 2019 to purchase the latest Apple products from Vodafone, Telstra and Optus and apply for loans, credit cards and lines of credit from banking institutions, loan companies and financial lenders.
The same identities were allegedly used to make multiple applications, some of which were successful, others of which were not.
Among the credit Killin allegedly applied for but was unsuccessful in receiving were a $40,000 personal loan from NAB and $12,000 in credit from Afterpay.
However, police will allege Killin was successful in getting an account with Zip Pay in the same name.
It is alleged Killin produced forged documents to facilitate the frauds, including fake bank statements, utility bills, Medicare cards, pay slips and altered NSW Drivers licences.
Killin was arrested last November and has remained behind bars ever since.
Her case was adjourned to November 4 for further mention.