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An accountant who cheated his internet girlfriend out of £4,300 by claiming he was dying from stomach cancer has received a suspended prison sentence.
Badal Arun Hindocha, 34, an accountancy graduate employed by a Canary Wharf firm, told Tina Mistry, who he had met on an online dating site, he had lost income after missing work to attend hospital appointments due to his cancer diagnosis.
Read more at the Accountancy Daily.