Dating fraud internet digital camcorder
Philip Danks, 25, secretly filmed the sixth installment of the Hollywood action movie at a cinema in Walsall, West Midlands, on its UK release date and illegally uploaded it on the internet, costing Universal Pictures an estimated £2.3million.He was arrested by police after a special ‘webwatch’ team was set up by LA-based Universal Pictures, who raided his home in Bloxwich, Walsall on May 23 – less than a week after the video surfaced online.He had used the same tag 'thecod3r' on both On the day before the hearing he posted: ‘Going to try and get some sleep now, 2 important events tomorrow!1 is to determine my fate and find out if I am going to prison, the other (if court goes well) will be playing in the biggest tournament of my life, a 0 & hopefully a 00 tournament to fight for a spot in the EPT 11 London Main Event on October 8th!After emailing a scammer, I received half a dozen phony emails like this: "You've just sent a payment to (blah blah) Click here to cancel the transaction." or "You've received an UNPAID ITEM STRIKE for (some weird item)" and last but not least: "Buyer Complaint: You never shipped (another weird item) I'm reporting you to the local police! I changed the email address in my ebay account, so that any fraud ebay mail came to the wrong address.When you are using paypal and ebay frequently, it's dangerous to be opening mail that looks authentic, trying to convince you that you've sent payments to weird people for weird things!When you read the listings, however, they always request you write them privately to discuss a "buy-it-now" price (this is an obvious sign of a western union con).There is never a real "buy-it-now" ebay button to purchase the item in the listing.
There are a lot of false profiles out on the dating sites.
Carole Markin went on her second date in early 2010 with a man whom she had met on
After dinner, he drove her home and asked to use her bathroom. Markin later searched for information about her attacker on Google and found that the man had a history of violence and had been convicted of rape.
“I believe that my case would have been totally preventable,” if Match had screened him in the first place, Markin tells Consumers Digest.
now screens its users against the National Sex Offender registry databases and started to do so after Markin sought a court order that required the company to screen.