A ‘sexually confused’ fraudster who stole more than £60,000 from his Wythenshawe employers has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Failed Man Utd and City footballer who pretended to be Chelsea star to fund spending sprees faces jail
A washed-up ex-professional footballer, who had trials at Manchester United and City, masqueraded as a Premier League star to maintain his celebrity life but is now facing a ‘substantial’ stretch in jail for fraud.
Back down to earth: Shamed easyJet flight attendant jailed after using staff discount to fund cig-smuggling ring
A flight attendant who led a tax evasion gang that smuggled £180,000-worth of cigarettes through airports has been jailed for 21 months.
Leader of the criminal trio, Vasile Gheorghe and his two fellow Romanian accomplices Valentin Babtan and Andreea Necula, broke EU Border Control laws by crafting forged Romanian and Italian identity cards and driving licences
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Bury scrounger nicknamed ‘Mr Bullsh*t’ jailed for swindling £100K off tax man by running fake company
A Bury unemployed welfare claimant nicknamed ‘Mr Bullshit’ scrounged an extra £100,000 from the taxpayer – by posing as a wheeler-dealer businessman.
Jail for Manchester online DVD trader dubbed ‘Woolf of e-Wall Street’ after hiding £1.4m profits from taxman
A Manchester online trader nicknamed the ‘Woolf of e-Wall Street’ after he made £1.4million selling CDs and DVDs on eBay has been jailed for two years for refusing to pay tax on his global internet empire.
Residents at risk as Manchester is deemed the country’s sixth-worst city for identity fraud following an Experian study
Most wanted: Manchester smuggler makes taxman’s hitlist after role in £28million illegal cigarette racket
Ahmed Salim Khezri was handed a six-year prison sentence in April along with the rest of the organised gang he was a part of after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officers smashed their £28million cigarette smuggling conspiracy.
A man has been charged with defrauding a Manchester night club out of £5,000 – by allegedly pretending to be a Premier League footballer.
Driving instructor jailed after using ‘manipulative lies’ including cancer cure con to swindle £250,000 from clients
Dennis Whitfield, 66, managed to swindle £244,000 from eight clients through a variety of ‘manipulative’ stories, even going so far as to tell one victim he was using the money to buy her expensive medication to fight cancer.