Conman nabbed over charging for non-existent overseas jobs

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 15, 2010 14:45

A conman who advertised non-existent overseas jobs on the Internet has been arrested, Jerusalem police announced on Tuesday.

The man is accused of charging large fees for his service and then vanishing.  He is also wanted across the country for a variety of fraud charges, including posing as an insurance salesman and leaving petrol stations without paying.


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