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Pictured: Liam Arrigan, taken from his unlocked social media account<br />
Re: A Swansea car trader has been jailed for nine months for selling dangerous write-offs.<br />
Liam Arrigan, 29, from Morriston, sold vehicles to online customers without telling them they had been involved in crashes.<br />
A Swansea Crown Court judge said he showed a "reckless regard for safety".<br />
Arrigan was convicted of two counts of supplying a dangerous product and engaging in unfair commercial practice.<br />
The court heard his customers were forced to pay hundreds of pounds to fix the damaged cars themselves.<br />
The scam was uncovered after a customer contacted trading standards to complain his new car was not road worthy.
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Pictured: Liam Arrigan, taken from his unlocked social media account
Re: A Swansea car trader has been jailed for nine months for selling dangerous write-offs.
Liam Arrigan, 29, from Morriston, sold vehicles to online customers without telling them they had been involved in crashes.
A Swansea Crown Court judge said he showed a "reckless regard for safety".
Arrigan was convicted of two counts of supplying a dangerous product and engaging in unfair commercial...
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