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Mr Pinnell said: 'He says he did not benefit from these offences and the money he received was passed on.'But the judge, Recorder of Cardiff Eleri Rees told Jackson: 'You have to understand given your track record for elaborate lies the court finds it hard to take what you're saying at face value.'Some of the victims were in precarious financial situations so the impact on them has been very serious.
Others ended up living in a caravan.' In his previous fraud Jackson told workers at Tesco both he and his young son Zac were dying - only to blow the money on holidays in Las Vegas and Hawaii.
Prosecutor Andrew Kendall said: 'He told his victims to secure the property he'd need a £1,400 deposit.'He gave them a date when they could move in and asked for their details to register them.'But he would then come up with excuse after excuse why they couldn't move in and pushed back the move-in date.'He said he couldn't drop off the keys to Cardiff because his son had fallen ill in Plymouth.'He'd say things like he blamed nurses for not stitching his son back properly and even told one victim his son had died.'Mr Kendall said the lies had a 'great impact' on certain victims, with one couple left homeless and another was left living in a caravan.
He also pressured one woman into borrowing money from friends and selling possessions so he could 'reserve' the home for her.
Jackson told one potential tenant his son was seriously ill in hospital and even told another the youngster had died.
It was the second time brazen Jackson used his son Zac to commit fraud - having been jailed in 2012 for conning more than £60,000 from colleagues at Tesco.
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