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Of course it is unlikely that anyone will admit to being gullible but I would estimate that the vast majority of people are.
The conman Sibtul Hasan Shah alias Double Shah ran a Ponzi scheme to collect money from gullible people.
Will it give a helpline to gullible citizens to catch criminals in real time?
It prescribes monetary penalty and jail term, which could be extended up to 10 years, for duping gullible depositors.
Fighting corruption is just another way of cheating a gullible society.
IN the 1970s we were encouraged to connect a colour coded vacuum gauge to our car engine's inlet manifold, and (to save fuel) drive keeping the pointer in the green sector, which even the most gullible anoraks ignored after a few days!
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian First Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri blasted the US for disrespecting the internationally-endorsed 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and the world powers, describing the countries which want to hold talks with Washington as "gullible".
The gullible reaching for the heights indulge In candling, Cushioning, crystal gazing and embracing The new age cure all From psychosis to the common cold, While from inside the glass Echoes a cynical laugh, For time knows new age is but old age Resurrected.
I literally am incapable of being in the real world and surviving Singer Mariah Carey Those who continue to think Jeremy Corbyn is anything but just another windbag have got to be worryingly gullible Best-selling author Frederick Forsyth I am aware of the perils of punditry.
CHEATS are now targeting gullible customers who are looking for lucrative travel deals, insurance offers or other attractive services and are hunting online directories like Just Dial to get their mobile data to dupe them.
Remain was never an option, except for the gullible.
Year after year the IRS keeps advertising to the gullible public how "fair" and "honest" they are.