Jailed: Mid Wales fraudster duped elderly women out of £100,000 with his 'glib' lies



Persuasive conman James Condliffe, from Mid Wales, placed an advert in Britain’s longest-running women’s weekly The Lady, which was launched in 1885, offering care for pensioners in need.
The 34-year-old’s convincing advert in the magazine, known for its domestic service and care advertisements, promised elderly women a complete ‘care package.’
Vulnerable Margaret Beader, 78, from Hampshire, was duped by the fraudulent scheme and gave the conman her £75,000 life savings after seeing the advert in The Lady.
Part of Condliffe’s cunning ruse was to treat Mrs Bearder like she was a... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 37
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