Other Deceits


1. By defrauding or damaging another by any other deceit
   not mentioned in preceding articles; and
2. By interpreting dreams, making forecasts,
   fortune-telling, or by taking advantage of the credulity
   of the public in any other similar manner for profit or gain.

Any other kind of conceivable deceit may fall under this
article. As in other cases of estafa, damage to the
offended party is required.

The deceits in this article include false pretenses and
fraudulent acts.


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