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He left home at the age of 16, then opened multiple bank accounts under different identities, then printed his own checks, deposited them and made banks advance the cash. Since it didn’t work for long, Frank had to come up with a better plan. So now he writes his account number on blank deposit slips and mixes them with the real ones. Careless customers would fill them and give their money to Frank ultimately. To look more reliable he had created at least eight separate identities, pretending to be an airline pilot, a doctor, a prison agent, and a lawyer.
 

 He escaped from police custody twice. In 1971 he was finally caught again and sentenced for 12 years in jail. Interestingly, while in prison too he pulled a con by posing himself as an undercover inspector to receive special treatment. Although he served less than five years in prison before starting to work for the American federal (national) government. Presently, he also runs Abagnale & Associates, a financial fraud consultancy company.
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