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A man who used dating websites to trick women across Dorset and Hampshire out of tens of thousands of pounds has been jailed.
Zac Langley, 38, formerly known as Andrew Penfold, from Poole, was sentenced to five and a half years.
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He met one of his victims, a 35-year-old woman, online just four days after being released from prison for similar fraud offences.
Both she and her mother were 'smitten with him', the court heard.
He pleaded guilty to fifteen counts of committing fraud and breaching his Serious Crime Prevention Order.
Langley had used dating websites - including Plenty of Fish - to meet women, gain their confidence and persuade them to loan him money.
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