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to get money or something else from by deceitful trickery

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The bench comprising Justice Baqar Ali Najafi and Justice Sardar Ahmed Naeem heard the petition filed by Farooq Nol who allegedly blackmailed and defrauded innocent people along with his wife Tayyaba Gull, the woman who was said to be behind the leaked audio and video tapes involving the NAB chairman.
According to a National Accountability Bureau reference by 139 claimants, Afzal Khaliq alias 'Double Shah' defrauded at least 3,540 affectees of at least Rs.7.75 billion, while after further claims and investigation a supplementary reference of Rs.4.84 billion was also filed against him in the Accountability Court, Peshawar.
class="MsoNormalMr Muthoni, who represents Kagunduini Ward in Kandara Constituency, was apprehended when he was summoned by the officers investigating claims that he made an illegal document and defrauded a woman Sh2.9 million.
Recall that a few months ago during an exclusive interview with PULSE, Nollywood star, Mike Ezuronye revealed how Internet fraudsters had used his photo and name to defraud foreigners.
The full list of defendants was: | Mahbub Aziz, 24, of Walden Street, London, admitted conspiracy to defraud and was sentenced to two-and-a-half years.
Abbas, 34, also of Clarendon Road, Whalley Range, was jailed for eight-and-a-half years for two counts of conspiracy to defraud and conspiracy to steal.
William Moody, 61, of Holburn Lane, Old Ryton Village, is accused of three counts of knowingly being concerned in the fraudulent evasion of VAT involving the same companies and one count of acting with intent to prejudice/ defraud HM Revenue and Customs.
Coyle sold fake shares to defraud investors out of PS700,000 while he claimed to be a broker.
Stephen Pegram, 49, from Blackwood, guilty of conspiracy to defraud, was sentenced to six months in prison.
Brooks, 45, from Llanedeyrn, Cardiff, guilty of conspiracy to defraud, was sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for two years, and ordered to obey a curfew.
Federal prosecutors say 79-year-old Derish Wolff pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to defraud the government with respect to claims.
They tried to defraud public bodies, including NHS trusts, by invoicing them for adverts in nonexistent publications.
McCracken, 47, from Brighton, and his fellow defendants, John Brice, 40, of Hove, and Matthew Thole, 40, a company director from Cardiff, all deny charges of conspiracy to defraud.
Father and son Edward and Michael Dolan and William McElvaney denied charges of conspiracy to defraud at Teesside Crown Court.
Shortly after, he was arrested in another jurisdiction for allegedly operating as an unlicensed agent and attempting to defraud a senior citizen.