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Relationship Fraud has many similarities to domestic violence, and like domestic violence, will involve mental, physical and sexual abuse. The main aim of Relationship Fraud is financial gain. The abuser may use many different tactics in order to get what they want. There have been many cases where victims have ended up homeless, jobless, penniless, sectioned or even dead.

The perpetrator will do whatever they have to, in order to get their hands on the pot of gold. They have no conscience and feel no remorse towards their victims, they are called sociopaths. Read more.

Relationship Fraud has been around for centuries.

George Joseph Smith was a fraudster who manipulated women for his own gain. On 13th August 1915, he was hung for murdering two of his wives (known as 'The Brides in the Bath Murders'), but he was never convicted of Relationship Fraud.

On May 11th 2006, Nisha Patel-Nasri was found bleeding to death outside her own home. Nisha was a victim of Relationship Fraud, her husband, Fadi Nasri, was only convicted of her murder.

It seems that in both cases and years apart, nothing has changed regarding Relationship Fraud.

If both men had not committed murder, they would have been able to get away with the fraud they were committing, which many perpetrators are currently doing.

If you have been a victim of 'Relationship Fraud', and are reading this, you are lucky. You are still alive!


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Fraud Do Us Part 2010