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Man sold goods that did not exist

A man who conned people by selling imaginary goods online has been jailed for 15 months. Justin Waters, of no fixed address, admitted six charges of fraud by false representation. The 42-year old also admitted a further 45 similar offences that were taken into consideration by the judge when he was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court on January 9. Between December …

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Man sold goods that did not exist – version 2

A man who conned people by selling imaginary goods online has been jailed for 15 months. Justin Waters, of no fixed address, admitted six charges of fraud by false representation. The 42-year old also admitted a further 45 similar offences that were taken into consideration by the judge when he was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court on January 9. Between …

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Herne Bay conman jailed for 15 months after defrauding dozens

Comments (0) A MAN who conned people out of cash by selling imaginary goods online has been jailed for 15 months. Justin Waters, of no fixed address, admitted six charges of fraud by false representation. The 42-year old also admitted a further 45 similar offences that were taken into consideration by the judge when he was sentenced at Canterbury Crown Court on …

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Jail for conman Justin Waters who admitted selling imaginary goods online from caravan in Herne Bay

A swindler who ripped off more than 50 people using the online advertising site Gumtree has been sent to prison. Justin Waters offered items for sale that he never had, and then pocketed the cash before vanishing. Canterbury Crown Court heard he then used the names of pals to set up more fictitious deals offering items including engine parts, metal …

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Conman jailed after fleecing 51 people online

Nine-month spree netted fraudster £15,000 A swindler who ripped off more than 50 people using the online advertising site Gumtree has been sent to prison. Justin Waters offered items for sale that he never had, and then pocketed the cash before vanishing. Canterbury Crown Court heard he then used the names of pals to set up more fictitious deals offering …

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