A former employee at Goss International in Dover will now be serving one year in prison after he admitted that he defrauded foreign companies in Mexico and Brazil to the tune of $148 thousand dollars. 41 year old Paul Wilson secured loans for foreign companies that were trying to purchase products from Goss. Prosecutors say Wilson teamed up with a Boston banker and the two created a shell company that was billing those businesses with bogus charges for services that were never rendered. Wilson was found guilty in US District Court in Concord. His accomplice, James Bender of Boston, worked at Sovereign Bank in Boston and he now faces a conspiracy to commit wire fraud charge.