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"lawyers in Spain have warned British tourists they are being misled if claims farmers tell them there are no legal consequences to making an exaggerated claim."
If it is not true, it is a lie. If you seek to use that lie to obtain money, it is fraud. People are not being duped, they know when they're lying and when they're not. No sympathy. The CMCs and the clients who let themselves be "duped" (because they're greedy and amoral) should be pursued to the fullest extent of the law.
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