frauder
 n.— «But could everyone feel less like they’re being robbed? All tourists suffer the unpleasant impression that they are being squeezed, the foreign ones feel it in multiplied measure. At the Taj gate, they pay Rs 750 compared to Rs 20 for Indians. Which is why a new word has entered the circuit’s Hindi lexicon: “frauder.” This joins the word native to the Agra/Rajasthan belt: “lapak” (a blend of pounce-surround-intimidate).» —“The monument’s in-secure hands” Times of India Oct. 4, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)