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Swindler

A person who commits fraud, especially as his/her primary career.
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The swindlers served them toxic items in separate incidents at General Bus Stand, City Terminal, Samundri Road, Chenab Chowk
Those would be just the clothes for me,' thought the emperor as he paid the two swindlers a large sum of money to start work at once.
The swindlers served them toxic food items in separate incidents at General Bus Stand, City Terminal and Railway Station and took away their cash and other valuables.
At one point two swindlers came and posed as weavers.
The Pindi Bhattian police have smashed a gang of four swindlers and its female ring leader.
Bunco Artists in Richmond, 1870-1920: Sharpers, Snatchers, Swindlers, Flimflammers and Other Con Men
Nancy seeks its secret as she and the 90s Club at Whisperwood Retirement Village discover swindlers are targeting and defrauding the residents.
A group of swindlers was arrested in Moscow who got money out of local citizens under the guise of psychics while performing at one of the commercial TV channels.
What most of us cannot understand is why swindlers using the Ponzi game of promising unusually high interest can still attract investors with sweet talk by agents who are grade and high school dropouts.
JEDDAH: MD AL-SULAMIMakkah police have arrested a gang of swindlers for tricking a Saudi businessman into paying them SR500,000 in a fake property deal.
The swindlers, presenting themselves as weavers, convinced the emperor that they could make him a suit of clothes that would be visible only to those who were smart, competent and deserving of their positions.
All other swindlers upon earth are nothing to the self-swindlers, and with such pretences did I cheat myself.