A Norwood woman did not plead when she faced fraud charges in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
Allison Mae Leslie, 36, was bailed by Magistrate Simon Brown to reappear on March 23, 2021.
Ms Leslie was charged with more than 700 counts of introduce into a computer false information as data at Optimo Awnings in Longford between January 2016 and March 2020.
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Court documents allege she dishonestly introduced into a computer system false information.
Ms Leslie also faced 93 counts of using a computer with intent to defraud over the same time period.
It is alleged in some instances she transferred money from the company's Paypal account to her Paypal account without authority.
Police also allege she paid for airfares,utility bills, birth and marriage certificates, Lego, car registration, airline tickets, an Apple iPad, accommodation and clothing in 93 transactions totalling more than $27,000.