fraudsman

fraudsman

(ˈfrɔːdzmən)
n, pl -men
a fraudster; a cheat
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In his ruling, the judge said: "Ketan Somaia has to be described as a formidable and serial fraudsman on a truly Olympian scale."
It was uninspiring work and he was rescued from it by an introduction to a solicitor's office in Coleman Street where he acted as office boy or |third man' in a team consisting of the solicitor, who was a drunk, and the managing clerk who was an accomplished fraudsman with an entirely separate business of his own, dunning city firms for entirely fictitious County Rates.