defraudation


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The local government of Cebu was deceived into paying complainant his salary for no work done and his defraudation was made possible either because the respondent authorized it or maybe because he was grossly negligent,' said the anti-graft ruling approved by Ombudsman Conchita Carpio Morales.
That is why I have always believed that he is beyond exploitation, manipulation or defraudation by anyone.
The impossibility of the condition as promised by the respondents [is] clear false pretense which led to the defraudation of the general public, they added.