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Two other men were convicted of handling stolen goods.

Aqeel Malik, 28, from Rochdale, was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment suspended for 12 months, 200 hours unpaid work and a nine month supervision order.

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This is the moment a gang of shameless fraudsters were pictured celebrating after pulling off a huge scam worth up to £2 million which saw them using fake credit cards to buy and sell goods including cars, fridges and even dog food.

Police found the photo on a mobile phone while investigating 2,000 frauds against businesses across Britain, which were duped into sending the gang a range of good including cabling, tiles, food, alcohol, fridges, cars, high-value metal and other wholesale goods over 18 months.

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Initial inquiries by Greater Manchester Police's Fraud Investigation Team identified the gang fraudulently ordered more than £600,000 worth of goods from 57 companies across the UK between June 2011 and November 2012.

But officers believe this is just the tip of the iceberg as analysis of phone records suggests they contacted more than 2,000 potential victims and couriers and that the actual loss could be in excess of £2 million pounds.

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