A man who had stolen the data from his ex-girlfriend's credit card to pay the gifts to his new partner was arrested on October 5 at Gatwick Airport (London, UK) while preparing to commence a trip to Pars is also funded at the expense of his ex with his loved one, reports The Independent.
Angel Exford, the fraud defender and Michael Fehsenfeld had a brief romantic relationship for about two months in the middle of this year. The couple separated after a night out with a friend of Exford and her boyfriend.
At that time, Fehsenfeld claimed he had lost his wallet, so Exford agreed to lend him his card to pay for access to a local, as well as food and drink. "This was the last time I saw him personally," wrote the woman on her Twitter account, whose story, published to warn other potential victims of fraud, was already shared almost 12,000 times.
The next day of the night, Fehsenfeld revealed in her social networking plans to spend the weekend in a spa with another girl and block her ex.
After about a month since the last date, Exford, a South African citizen, began to suspect suspicious transactions in his bank account. This way, the woman discovered that someone had bought a card with a total of £ 1,200 ($ 1,575), even without suspending the identity of the thief.
A friend of you then carefully examined the account statement, where she found a trip to Paris for two people in the easyJet low cost airline together with the respective flight booking code. When they arrived at this information in the company's system, they discovered that the passengers were Michael Fehsenfeld and a companion.
Gifts and services paid
Bank fees also include the purchase of flowers at home the same day as Fehsenfeld's new partner published on his Instagram account a picture of a bouquet of flowers he received from his boyfriend's work. The man also used his ex card to pay for parking, property tax, subscription to pay TV channels and even a service that increases the number of "likes" on Instagram.
With all this evidence, Exford condemned his ex-boyfriend and expressed his upset about how the man used her to know about his difficult personal situation: "I do not have a direct family in Britain, I'm dependent on 100% of myself and I have people in South Africa I support economically. "
"My hard work is worth getting" like ", sorry.
On October 22, Fehsenfeld was sentenced by the court in Camberwell Green in London to 26 weeks in prison for two years, 150 hours of community work and to pay compensation to his ex-partner.