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swindle

a fraudulent scheme or transaction
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Last December, multi-lingual Mr Swindle helped Ian to write a letter in French to the man who was identified as being at the scene of Craig's death along with three others.
The 15 were arrested on Friday last week by EACC sleuths on grounds they conspired to swindle Sh58 million.
In one case, crooks sent fake NatWest emails claiming accounts would be terminated if customers didn't update records on a swindle site.
Former detective chief inspector David Swindle insists there had been "no support" for the families of Craig Mallon and Kirsty Maxwell from authorities at home.
He was additionally accused of using those forged papers to swindle Dh180,000.
The fight allegedly began after the Turks tried to swindle the tourists and overcharge them, according to the Doghan News Agency.
Paul Swindle, of Queen Victoria Road, in Coventry city centre, was also ordered to pay PS300 compensation to a woman he injured in the collision in Proffitt Avenue, Bell Green, on February 25.
The swindle victims were shown medical certificates -- that turned out to be fake -- ascertaining the man's illness.
Despite being on police bail and having appeared in court, Brice went on to swindle cash and property worth more than PS7,809 from five more victims across the country.
Retired detective David Swindle plans to write to tourists who were in Lloret de Mar when Craig Mallon, 26, was killed by a single punch.
Between January 2010 and October 2011, the three suspects allegedly showed false fund management performance results to five pension funds and sold investment trusts at watered down prices to the funds to swindle about 4.4 billion yen.
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