The bank's costs include buying flowers at home, real estate sales tax and subscription to paid channels.
love It's very nice, it's a feeling that inspires us and motivates us to be better people. However, there are people who use this love to do bad things.
It was recently reported that a man was arrested steal a former girlfriend for the bait of your current partner.
Yes, although it sounds like a movie story, that's true.
Michael Fehsenfeld He was arrested on October 5 at Gatwick Airport in London, UK, when he was preparing to travel to Paris in addition to his beloved.
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According to independent, Angel Exford, a victim of fraud, condemned a man with whom he had a brief romantic relationship for two months when he noticed transactions.
As he discovered he was affected twitter, the last time he saw him said he did lost the wallet, for which he agreed to lend a credit card to pay the bill.
That was the last time I saw him personally. Everything was edited so I could get the data from my card. It was very convincing, I must applaud it"he said in a social network that shared more than 12,000 times.
The day after that night, Fehsenfeld discovered in his social network his plans to spend a weekend in the spa with another girl and blocked his former.
After about a month, Exford, a South African citizen, began to notice suspicious transactions on your bank account. Someone bought it with their card for a total of a thousand pounds sterling (a thousand $ 575). However, he did not doubt the identity of the thief.
His friend carefully reviewed the bank statement, where he found a trip to Paris for two people at a low-cost airline company with easy-to-fly flight code. When entering this information in an airline company, they discovered that passengers were Michael Fehsenfeld and a companion.
Bank costs include a purchase flowers at home. real estate transfer tax, one subscription to payment channels even a service that increases the amount of "likes" on Instagram.
I do not have a direct family in the United Kingdom. I've grown 100% myself. "
Fehsenfeld was sentenced on October 22 in Camberwell Green court in London 26 weeks in prison located for two years, 150 hours of joint work and pay a compensation his former partner
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