Gambling addict Tahmoor Khan, 32, was jailed for eight-and-a-half years last October.
He was told by Judge Neil Davey QC that his offending was underpinned by “sheer wickedness,” and he had taken advantage of the women's professional and social vulnerability.
Khan, of Bude Road, West Bowling, Bradford, who had amassed £80,000 gambling debts at casinos, posed as a wealthy businessman to take advantage of two women he contacted through a dating website.
He told one victim he was the owner of a car hire business, had a £2 million fortune and owned a Bentley.
Former Holy Family School student Amy Tough appeared on the show last Saturday and had to choose her favourite from three young men hidden behind a screen.
She and beau Dominic Evans went trampolining in the south of England – and they will both return this weekend to tell viewers how their first date went.
The DJ and presenter, 42, will host the series, matching singletons in the countryside with city dwellers looking for romance – as well as a new life.
The BBC has unveiled a new dating show – with Sara Cox helping farmers to find love.Prosecutor Simon Waley said it had been agreed by the prosecution and defence that Khan had benefited by £993,177, but the amount he had available was £9,000.A schedule showed that Khan's only assets were three cars, two personalised number plates and a small amount of money in a bank account.Judge Davey made a compensation order in the sum of £9,000, to be paid to five women named in the original indictment.A KEIGHLEY teenager was left jumping for joy on the revival of hit TV show Blind Date.