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Gaydar’s £300,000 fraudster must repay £2 this month

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  1. Steve Hughes 14 Feb 2012, 1:05pm

    Goes to show the level of ‘justice’ in this country…
    Also, no sympathy for anyone gullible enough to be taken in with this scam merchant.

    1. not sure what you are writing about – the 4 years in prison or the £2 story.

      1. Steve Hughes 14 Feb 2012, 3:30pm

        Sorry, should have been clearer, the fact that all he has to repay in a token £2.

  2. More fool those for believing his story and giving him the money.

    1. All the same, it’s depressing when people’s kindly instincts are manipulated this way.

  3. His own insanity and self-loating only could make a person do these criminal acts. On the truth scale, he inacted his own punishment long before he commited any crimes against other people, which only is added to his neurotic hatred for self and being unable to take care of self in any healthy productive manner. Sad on every level, and expecially for his victims.

  4. Hello everyone,
    I am a grieving widow from Bhutan. My husband died recently. He was involved in an oil company and unless I can find a nice gentleman such as you to do business with, his $17,000,000 estate will be taken by the Ghanese government in taxes. Please send me your credit card details and a photo of your passport and I will transfer this money to your account – we can split the proceeds afterwards.

  5. caped crusaider 29 Apr 2012, 1:01pm

    Will the Trustees and Management of London AIDS Charity UKC ever repay the £150,000-00 lost on the 2005 Hero Awards where a award was made to The CEO of UKC own Charity and The Chairman received a Lifetime achievement award LOL

  6. caped crusaider 29 Apr 2012, 1:03pm

    Will the Trustees of UKC pick up the costs of closing down the AIDS Charity which lost £150,000-00 on their 2005 Hero Awards The Costs of winding up the Charity reached £90,0000-00 staff claim management awarded £15k pay rises after losing £150k at 2005 Hero Awards !!!!!

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