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English definition of “false invoice”

false invoice

noun [C]
 
 
an invoice that does not relate to a real sale or payment and is used to get money dishonestly: They submitted false invoices for work that was never carried out.
false invoicing noun [U] the practice of producing false invoices in order to get money dishonestly: Police were called to the company's offices to look into allegations of false invoicing.
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