Bogus Cardiff builders jailed for £71k elderly people con

Bogus Cardiff builders jailed for £71k elderly people con
 

A father and son posing as builders conned elderly and vulnerable people out of £71,000, a court heard.
Jeffrey Tawse, 52 and son James, 25, from Cardiff, charged one disabled man, 71, £64,500 to build a garden wall.
They pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud at the city's crown court after conning 15 people, aged 50 to 97.
Jeffrey Tawse, who also admitted money laundering was given six years and his son two years.
The pair operated across south Wales from Monmouthshire to Carmarthenshire using "aggressive sales tactics" to "intimidate" victims, the court heard.
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29 September 2016 in Regional, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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