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A CONMAN car clamper has been ordered to pay back almost £3MILLION to his victims – or face ten years behind bars.

 

Already-jailed Steven Ryan was yesterday given just six months to pay back the illicit fortune after it was found he pocketed a total of £2,837,349 from his business Car Clamping Securities.

He was initially sent down for two-and-a-half years in February 2011 for conspiracy to defraud and controlling an article for fraud.

 

 

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4735089/Conman-car-clamper-is-ordered-to-pay-his-victims-3m.html

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Oh dear - how sad.


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'Officers pounced on his modern four-bedroom detached pad when the conman was on holiday, but they left with his white tow truck.

Ryan was left with a £350 bill when he returned if he wanted the vehicle back.'

 

That is just beautiful...

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The Daily Mail had a nice spread on this, the Proceeds of Crime Act confiscation order refers to assets he couldnt explain. I bet that his tax returns said his earings were about £400. If you look at the Companies House records of most of these companies they all exist on a shoestring so it beats me how they can afford to send out all these begging letters. Have they thought about busking with a dog on a bit of string as an honest alternative?

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I would assume that if he takes the easy route of petitioning for his own bankruptcy then he faces the prospect of 10 yesrs in jail !!!

 

Justice is sweet......

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The court look dimly upon those that fleece people through confiscation of goods and intimidation. Some believe that this is so as a policy to protect the courts' monopoly on such things, personally I could not comment on that. But clearly doing business the same way the courts do is bad for you.

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