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Scammer family rigged disease for fraudulent advice of £734,000 | News

In the village of Weston in Hertfordshire, the neighbors couldn’t help but pay attention to the daily flow of Amazon packages arriving at one house.

It was also nice cars parked on in drive. Until one day skip appeared, and the villagers say they saw dozens of items including bikes and computers, being thrown in.

house, in en area where similar properties were for sale for half a million pounds belonged to Laura and Philip Borrell. The couple were convicted last week for part of them in what counts one of the biggest scams against local self-government body, committed together with with Laura’s mother Francis Noble.

For more than 12 years, 66-year-old Noble feigned a neurological illness, demanding £733,936.20. in care package from local

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