Sure, some people lost their homes due to “unscrupulous businesses” that “obscured loan terms or engaged in outright fraud.”
By those standards, Franz Kafka is an unscrupulous plagiarist as is Aaron Copland and every jazz great.
It was all part of the unscrupulous technique of “monstering” critics of the Murdoch empire wherever they were.
Barely Legal Pawn stars the duo as unscrupulous, possibly deranged pawnshop employees.
If administrators already engage in this unscrupulous behavior, we have to wonder if race will influence future hiring policies.
It was now universally believed that these were bon fide bulletins sent by the unscrupulous abductors themselves.
The half-breeds among the Cherokees were very shrewd and unscrupulous.
The child's reign ended, and the unscrupulous woman took the crown as the Empress Elizabeth.
Are we willing that he should become like us, unscrupulous in our dealings with the weak?
Of all the clerks Ranulf Flambard was the most unscrupulous; therefore he rose into the greatest favour.