Neil Thomas Casson has been accused of trying to buy a Ferrari 458, after telling Ferrari Financial Services that he had won 1.24 million pounds on the Lottery.
He has been accused for this and 25 other cases. Casson on the other hand has denied all of these.
Casson has been accused of conning 18 different people of around half a million pounds in total. It is alleged that the 47 year old scammed money from people saying he would invest their cash to make profits for them, but ended up spending the cash and gambled with it.
It is also claimed that he tried to scam Black Horse Ltd out of BMWs and also tried to buy a Mitsubishi Shogun in the same way.
Casson, from Birch Avenue, Galgate will go on trial at Preston Crown Court on the 7th of August after pleading not guilty to any of the charges against him.
The court has asked Casson not to contact any of his victims, not to apply for any means of international travel documents and that he should live at his home address only, until the trial.