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# Deception

This year
Psychic medium got man to give her €10k by saying his dead father wanted her to have it
The woman, who was also a home carer, was found guilty of dishonestly inducing by deception the man to give her €10,000.
Last year
Westmeath former psychic avoids jail term for dishonestly opening two bank accounts
Fake documents that had been used to open the accounts were found during a search of Simon Gold’s house.
Four arrested in relation to compensation claims made over alleged fraudulent 2015 collision
The four persons are currently detained at separate garda stations in Dublin.
All time
Man (64) accused of running bogus legal advice service found hiding in bushes by gardaí, court hears
David Williams was charged with 14 fraud offences.
Woman charged over alleged theft by deception which happened over seven-year period
The woman was charged this morning.
Brothers jailed after they forced pensioner to pay thousands for chainsaws and tools
The judge described men’s actions as a “phenomenally serious offence”.
Analysis: Deception and work-rate key as Munster attack hints at progress
Johann van Graan’s men scored three tries thanks to sharp finishes in the Leinster 22.
Man pleads guilty to defrauding 8 people out of €1,952 worth of concert tickets that didn’t exist
No compensation has been paid to the would be concert goers from the new charges.
Man who tricked elderly woman (89) to give him cash to fix her sister's roof jailed
The father-of-three had told her he knew her older sister, who lived next door to her, and that he needed the cash immediately to repair the roof.
Fake it 'til you make it: The art of deception... have humans mastered it?
‘Fake’ is running in the Science Gallery Dublin from 2 March to 3 June 2018.
'We want to connect and surprise': Dublin's Science Gallery has some big plans for 2018
Science Gallery Dublin launched its programme for 2018 at an event at its Trinity site yesterday.
Tipperary hurler gets suspended sentence after obtaining €10,000 from elderly man by deception
Darren Gleeson pleaded guilty to a breach of Section 6 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act.
'Vulnerable' man in court for allowing his bank account to be used in Electric Picnic scam
The man was not the orchestrator of the scam, but was taken advantage of, the judge said.
Warning after multiple cases of car sales scam
Sellers are placing ads for cars at very low prices – but there IS a snag.
The most notable stats from the opening weekend of Six Nations rugby
Here are some of the more interesting figures after wins for France, Ireland and Wales in round one.
Thomas Byrne found guilty of 50 charges in fraud trial
The jury came to its decision after 17 hours and 29 minutes of deliberations.
Con artists net €30,000 in space of a week using new ATM scam
The thieves are trapping customers’ cards, distracting them, and then replacing the valid card with a stolen or cancelled one.
Breifne O'Brien to sit trial despite 'negative publicity'
The businessman has failed in his bid to have a theft and deception case thrown out of court because of adverse publicity in the media.
Here's everything crazy that happened in the Deception finale
Fluffy bunnies, smutty innuendo, and some killing. Yep, it was insane.
Last night's Deception: Orange juice, blackmail and LOTS of bare arse
Here’s how it went down. (Bare arse photos NSFW.)
Last night's Deception: Hatstands, baked beans and the worst sex ever
Oh, and someone faking their own death. Here’s how it went down.
Last night's Deception: Bullying, stabbing, and amazing angry faces
Things got crazy. Here’s everything we learned.
11 reasons why you should be watching Deception
Based on episode 2 of TV3′s insane new drama.
Former judge Heather Perrin handed jail sentence for deception
She was handed a two-and-a-half-year term after being found guilty of inducing a client to leave half of his estate to her children.
TV3′s autumn line-up: Deception, Dallas … and the return of Tallafornia
And Vincent of course, we couldn’t forget Vincent…
WATCH: Players refuse to shake hands following controversial call in US Open doubles final
Marcin Matkowski declined to admit the ball hit his leg during the recent men’s final.
District Court Judge charged with deception
The charges relate to before the judge was appointed to the bench.
Care worker who stole woman's life savings jailed
Michael Harrington took €6,200 from a 71-year-old by convincing her to invest in a business that didn’t exist.