A Vancouver software company is suing its former CEO, alleging he used company accounts to pay for fake tanning and a dating website account – among other things.
Software developer Experts A-I say Greg Marlin spent more than 117-thousand dollars from the corporate account on himself between November 2015 and June 2016 – when he resigned as CEO.
Experts A-I says he spent the money on groceries, his rent, personal travel expenses, personal enhancement supplies, liquor, clothing and at restaurants and bars.
The company says he was the only person with access to the bank account and debit card.
Experts A-I also says Marlin confessed to a number of its directors that he misused company funds on personal items during his final two years as CEO.
None of these claims have been proven in court.