confidence trickster

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confidence trickster

ntruffatore/trice
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The ruthless boss - whose company Dosh4You preyed on the vulnerable - fell foul of Mickey Bricks (Adrian Lester) and his gang of Robin Hood-style confidence tricksters.
Det Con Colin Aris said later: "They are confidence tricksters who used false CVs to gain a position of trust.
Being victims of these heartless confidence tricksters has left the couple deeply shaken and upset and I appeal to anyone who may be able to help to trace these stolen pieces of jewellery.
SOCIAL commentators - those confidence tricksters who make a tidy living by using fancy language to state the blooming obvious - speak of something called "prolonged adolescence".
According to a company announcement, confidence tricksters dressed in clothing showing the JCC label are visiting offices and shops that have JCC card machines (Point of Sale devices).
1 year ago A VULNERABLE 84-year-old man was exploited and robbed of his independence by two callous confidence tricksters.
From some of the research I did with Trading Standards while studying unsatisfactory business transactions and confidence tricksters for my Criminology Diploma at Cardiff University, I think this form of training in many cases contributed to the "cowboy" tradesmen fraternity and the black economy.
All that has been made public so far, is that the University of Wales was validating so-called academic courses in so-called colleges, run by confidence tricksters to cheat the immigration laws.
Marin said: "It seems that Renault was perhaps not the victim of indelicate employees but of possible confidence tricksters.
It's the latest twist in one of those emails from confidence tricksters.
Neighbourhood Inspector Neil Moss said: "People can take simple steps to ensure they don''t become a victim of confidence tricksters or thieves.
Confidence tricksters used e-mails, SMS and telephone calls to defraud people by leading them to believe that they had won prizes, only to eventually cheat them out of their money.