A Manchester man has been given a 23 month suspended jail sentence after he illegally sublet properties which were reserved
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Liam Royle, 23, of Eccles, made a bid for compensation after claiming that he had suffered for five days with stomach cramps, diarrhoea and vomiting while on a week-long holiday at the Papantonia Hotel Apartments in Cyprus in August 2015.
Officers from Greater Manchester Police executed ten warrants in the Oldham and Ashton-under-Lyne areas following an investigation by the Economic Crime Unit into a sophisticated series of frauds, whereby high value cars were stolen from car finance companies.
A Rochdale woman has been sentenced after defrauding her elderly ill mother out of over £100,000.
Luigi Arcuri, 73, Nikolic Giuliano, 42, Antonino Ballisteri, 46, and the 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, all of no fixed abode, admitted conspiracy to defraud and possession of counterfeit currency.
An unemployed poker player from Romania who cheated two Greater Manchester casinos out of large sums of money has been caught after trying to flee the country.
The 34-year old who was in debt due to her love of socialising illegally pocketed double the child tax credits and working tax credits she was entitled to when she moved in with a partner who was in full-time employment.
A former Wigan Councillor has been imprisoned for eight months for making fraudulent childcare claims.
A lonely hearts conman from Eccles dupes four besotted women out of up to £100,000 after posing as a Royal Marine commando nicknamed ‘Charismatic Brit’ on the dating website Match.com
Manchester is no longer the crash for cash capital of the UK, according to new figures released today by the UK’s largest insurer.