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IMO more context is necessary. From a bit of googling (you did reasearch this, I trust?) it appears to be a form of fraud in (the most) common usage, but I don't know if it has other meanings and I don't know what this sort of fraud is called in English.
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Explanation: As I said, this is a translation I have used previously.
Buck Netherlands Local time: 01:27 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 26