Home and Away spoilers follow for UK and Australian viewers.
Home and Away has confirmed that Susie McAllister will try to scam Leah Patterson-Baker and Justin Morgan – as well as threatening Irene Roberts.
Susie (Bridie Carter) has launched a charm offensive since joining Summer Bay, but she has an ulterior motive behind her arrival.
Viewers have already seen Susie snoop through John Palmer's financial records after starting a relationship with him.
A new promo, playing at the top of this page, has now teased Susie's next move, as she appears to be trying to con Leah (Ada Nicodemou) and Justin (James Stewart) out of their savings.
Leah and Justin are planning to buy a house together, but have struggled to secure a mortgage after attending bank meetings.
In upcoming episodes, Susie presents a possible solution to this problem, leaving the couple overjoyed – but not everything is as it seems.
In a secretive chat on the phone to a mystery contact, Susie boasts: "I've got a lovely couple on the hook."
While Leah and Justin won't hear a bad word said against Susie, not everyone in Summer Bay is a fan.
New footage shows Irene (Lynne McGranger) trying to voice suspicions over Susie's behaviour, admitting that she has a bad feeling about the deceptive newcomer.
This culminates in a showdown between Susie and Irene. Will Irene live to regret standing in Susie's way?
Shane Withington, who plays John, recently told Digital Spy: "I knew from the start that John was going to get played because we wanted to do the story justice.
"In the beginning, the story is funny and it's fun and it's challenging, and then it turns to tragedy. It's a really good story arc that continues to give long after.
"The writers have done a great job at linking other storylines to it. It's a fascinating story arc to follow."
Home and Away airs the latest Susie drama next week in Australia and in around a month's time on Channel 5 in the UK.
Home and Away airs weekdays at 1.15pm and 6pm on Channel 5 (UK) and Mondays to Thursdays at 7pm on Channel 7 (Australia). Selected classic episodes are available via Amazon Prime Video in the UK.
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