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fraudulent
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  • Gentlemen, I have no hesitation in telling you that it was the fact of Tchebaroff’s intervention that made me suspect a fraud.
  • If I say I suspected a fraud, there is nothing personal in that.
  • In short, that is what convinced me that Tchebaroff must be a rogue, and that he had induced Mr. Burdovsky to attempt this fraud.
  • He has abused your credulity and involved you all in an attempted fraud, for when all is said and done this claim is nothing else!
  • Certainly it is a fraud!
  • The estate was considerably encumbered with debts; creditors turned up on all sides, and the prince, in spite of all advice and entreaty, insisted upon managing all matters of claim himself—which, of course, meant satisfying everybody all round, although half the claims were absolutely fraudulent.
  • What! a fraud?
  • Since Mr. Burdovsky is not Pavlicheff’s son, his claim is neither more nor less than attempted fraud (supposing, of course, that he had known the truth), but the fact is that he has been deceived.

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  • She stole money by filing a fraudulent insurance claim.
  • She was convicted of a fraudulent home loan scheme.

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