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Friday April 12nd, 2019 morning edition

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Instead, the 42-year-old from Voronezh, Russia, scanned it into his computer, altered the terms and sent it back to Tinkoff Credit Systems.

Mr Argarkov's version of the contract contained a 0pc interest rate, no fees and no credit limit.

Every time the bank failed to comply with the rules, he would fine them 3m rubles (£58,716).

If Tinkoff tried to cancel the contract, it would have to pay him 6m rubles.

Tinkoff apparently failed to read the amendments, signed the contract and sent Mr Argakov a credit card .

"The Bank confirmed its agreement to the client's terms and sent him a credit card and a copy of the approved application form," his lawyer Dmitry Mikhalevich told Kommersant .

He could afford to buy an island somewhere in Malaysia, and the bank would have to pay for it by law.". »

More jails replace in-person visits with awful video chat products

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After April 15, inmates at the Adult Detention Center in Lowndes County, Mississippi will no longer be allowed to visit with family members face to face.

Instead of seeing their loved ones face to face, inmates are increasingly limited to talking to them through video terminals.

Ryan Rickert, jail administrator at the Lowndes County Adult Detention Center, acknowledged to The Commercial Dispatch that inmates were disappointed they wouldn't get to see family members anymore. »

Exclusive: Dave Bautista Attached to Star in STX Action-Thriller ‘Killer’s Game’

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Fresh off his retirement from the WWE, Dave Bautista is attached to star in the action-thriller Killer’s Game for STXfilms, Collider has exclusively learned.

DJ Caruso (Disturbia) will direct the film, which is based on the book The Killer’s Game by Jay Bonansinga.

He can also star in an above-average VOD movie like Final Score and stand out among the non/limited theatrical crowd. »

French court finds Monsanto guilty of poisoning farmer

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A French appeals court has said US chemicals giant Monsanto was guilty of poisoning a farmer who said he suffered neurological damage after accidentally inhaling fumes from a weedkiller made by the company.

Paul François, a cereal farmer, had already won previous lawsuits against Monsanto, which was bought by Germany’s Bayer last year, in 2012 and 2015.

It was the latest judgment against Monsanto involving its weedkillers and pesticides, which have been widely used around the world for years. »