Swindler


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Swindler

A person who commits fraud, especially as his/her primary career.
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NAB has asked people to be very careful about such kind of cheaters and if they have any information about such fake officer, they may contact NAB Headquarters Islamabad or regional Bureaus of NAB located very near to their areas against any swindler, who try to loot them by posing himself as officer of NAB so that strict action could be taken against the swindler timely.
They even tell about this 'foreign government' thing but they only got those from a swindler.
This month a Malaysian swindler who operated in Mindanao was released after serving a term in Malaysia for falsification.
I think the greatest swindle that swindler achieved was not just to swindle you out of your deposit, but to swindle himself by believing that he has done nothing wrong.
Knowing the victim had bought the ruse, the swindler told the victim that he had to keep the matter secret until he received the prize so the company granting the prize could unveil it later as part of a grand publicity campaign.
org) in Farmington Hills announced the promotion of Rebecca Swindler to its director of programs.
The Lottery Swindler features an innovative tip edge for complete removal on scratch-off cards, the company stated.
In an astonishing interview, serial swindler Bint revealed that he has stolen pounds 2million during his criminal career - and blown the lot.
Summary: Mark Madoff, the son of convicted swindler Bernard Madoff, has been found hanged in his New York City apartment in an apparent suicide.
The tale of the disappearance of the real Viscount Lascelles, and the theft of his identity by the swindler John Dow, is reminiscent of the saga of the Tichborne claimant which was played out 30 years later.
After repeating the trick a couple of times, the swindler convinces the target to provide larger sums of money to be doubled, which is often gathered from family members.
DiPascali was for 33 years the right hand man of swindler Bernard Madoff who is currently serving a 150-year prison sentence in a North Carolina prison.