Fraud gang forced to hand back £2m

Berman, Chloe
March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/27/2009, p2
Trade Publication
The article reports on a gang that defrauded thousands of holiday makers in February 2008 in Great Britain. The gang sold high volumes of discounted holidays and set up five companies between July 2003 and August 2006. After found guilty, the members of the gang, including Christakis Philippou, Timothy Entwisle, Peter Kemp, and Evangelia Liogka, are ordered to pay the money they stole or face further jail sentences.


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