Conman Jailed For £40k ScamSaturday, 21st May 2016 at 11:08am
BBC News reports that a serial conman who defrauded an energy firm of £40,000 after lying to get a job as its finance director has been jailed.
James Cox concocted a CV and references to land the role and £65,000 salary at Britain’s Energy Coast (BEC).
He had been jailed twice before for fraud, including five years for for taking £2.8m from an employer to supposedly set up a racing team.
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