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Fraudulent

The description of a willful act commenced with the Specific Intent to deceive or cheat, in order to cause some financial detriment to another and to engender personal financial gain.

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10 ( ANI ): Russian Ambassador to India Nikolay Kudashev has written to Telangana Police expressing "profound gratitude" for their assistance in solving a case of fraudulence that affected the interests of the Russian diplomatic mission.
The frequency of defects, fraudulence and misrepresentation in the information submitted in mortgage loan applications remained the same in July 2017 as compared with the previous month.
Israeli police announced that "the suspicions surrounding Netanyahu within the investigation around 'Case 1000' and 'Case 2000' are fraudulence, bribery and breach of trust.
Their war of choice on Syria, under the guise of fighting terrorism, is now well underway to escalate despite its flagrant criminality and fraudulence. Thanks to the Western and Arab-sponsored terror networks, as well as Zionist-controlled Western media, the new military escalation is being conducted with a grotesque image of humanitarianism and lawfulness.
Deception is deceit, fraud, fraudulence, trickery, double-dealing or even treachery.
Taban, the founder of the Juba Monitor newspaper, said the duo involved in fraudulence when they authored a controversial letter in the name of the presidency through the help of a foreign public relations firm and was bearing the names of both president Kiir and the country's first vice president, Riek Machar.
It is the first time the U.S has directly accused Mr Putin of fraudulence. Last week a UK inquiry said Mr Putin "probably" approved the killing of Alexander Litvinenko in London.
Addressing a gathering at tehsil council's office at Samar Bagh he said that quake victims getting cheques were being re-investigated and cases of fraudulence would be registered against non-deserving people.
He added that other quantities of tobacco were seized as they were sold after expiry dates, in contravention of law number 4 of 1979 on combating fraudulence and cheating in trade dealings and law no 13 of 2011 on streamlining the practising of economic activities in the emirate of Dubai.
When it comes to the question of coveting one's neighbour's goods or spouse, or cheating one's siblings by surreptitiously selling off one's rights to undivided family property and expecting the aggrieved to turn a blind eye to such fraudulence, many believers seem to possess an umbrella conscience and an uncanny sense of self-righteousness.
To avoid such fraudulence, you might want to check your privacy settings before you give in to that cunning temptation called social media.