(Portland, OR) -- A former marketing manager for Beaverton-based Nike has been charged in a scheme to defraud the company to the tune of one-point-four-million dollars. Federal prosecutors charged 49-year-old Errol Andam [[ AND-uhm ]] yesterday with wire fraud, money laundering and making false statements on a loan application. Prosecutors say Andam was in charge of designing pop-up retail shops for Nike when he got a friend to create a company to build the shops. Prosecutors say he secretly controlled the company and personally prepared the invoices it sent to Nike. He's also accused of diverting sales revenue from the pop-ups into his own wallet.