Edward Davenport 'Fast Eddie' : serial swindlers.
Lord' Edward Davenport a.k.a. 'Fast Eddie' is said to have made £34.5 million through his various frauds, with as many as 51 victims. After being convicted of tax offenses in 1990, he started on a career as a property developer. He was the "ringmaster" of a series of advance-fee fraud schemes that defrauded dozens of individuals out of millions of dollars. He was arrested and convicted in September 2011 along with five other defendants, receiving a jail sentence of seven years and eight months.
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- Publisher: Wheeling, IL : Film Ideas, 2017.
- Copyright: ©2017
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"Inside the minds and crimes of some of the world's most notorious serial con men."--Cover.
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