The Block

The buyer who failed to settle The Block’s $4.2million house allegedly used the same ‘doctored ANZ Bank receipts’ trick before

PHOTO: So much for that: ‘Cyber security expert’ Emese Fajk placed the winning $4.2million bid on Jimmy and Tam’s Block house… but it never arrived 

Stunning emails reveal how the woman accused of conning The Block has allegedly used the same trick of sending fake bank receipts to ‘prove’ she’d paid for things.

Cyber security consultant Emese Fajk, 28, blamed a property conveyancer when her attempt to buy Jimmy and Tam’s home for $4.2million fell over last month.

Ms Fajk, who claims to have worked with Apple and the United Nations, promised to rectify the situation in days and secure the 1950s-style home.

But her payment never arrived in Nine’s bank account – even after she sent producers screenshots showing she had apparently transferred the millions.

Now, Daily Mail Australia has obtained correspondence showing how a similar fate befell a European designer whose work Ms Fajk commissioned last year.

n August last year, months before making the winning bid on Australia’s top-rated reality television program, the designer invoiced Ms Fajk 600 Euro.

‘I own a design company and she solicited us to create the branding for her new business,’ said the designer, who requested anonymity.

‘I, of course, never received what she owed me and heard a billion excuses about how her bank wasn’t cooperating but swore again and again that she paid me.’