AN arrest warrant has been issued for notorious Costa del Sol conman Nigel Goldman.
Goldman, 58, who changed his name to Howard del Monte, was summoned to Fuengirola court in January over the defrauding of four expats to the tune of €750,000.
However, he failed to show and a judge has now ordered police to bring him in.
He was found guilty of fraud in the UK last year for the THIRD time and must wear a tag during his 12-month suspended sentence.
Lawyer Antonio Flores, who is representing the victims, said he could face up to a decade in prison, if found guilty.
“It has taken us two years to get to this stage and it is still just the beginning,” he added.
Dozens of expat victims claim to have lost as much as €3 million to Goldman through a series of ponzi-type schemes.
He was first exposed through a series of Olive Press investigations.
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