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It was in August last year that I exposed the pompously named Global Media Corporation, and as far back as 1997 that I wrote about the charlatan behind it.

This lot lied to businesses about being linked to the emergency services to trick them into paying Generika Levitra 10mg for adverts in non existent diaries and"Notwithstanding the lack of distribution, the company sought payment from customers and it seems to me that in doing so those customers were misled by the company.

"The Masterton Rentals company sought to suggest it was affiliated to the police and emergency services.

"Some customers who took calls even thought they were from the police."

The court heard that the sole director, 30 year old Kelie Taylor of Birkenhead, Merseyside, couldn't answer important questions, such as why 570,000 disappeared from the company accounts.

That's because the real boss was banned director Mark Taylor, who first appeared here in 1997 under the headline "Fiction Factory" when he was running an identical scam called Emergency Services Yearbook.

One of the people on the receiving end of his latest lies was guitar teacher Luke Pepper of Rotherham, who was billed for 234 after being lured into agreeing to an advert, thinking it was for a police publication.

"They preyed on the fact that people are happy to help the emergency services," he said.

"Small business owners have been ripped off and rather than 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone dreaming up ways to steal from hard working folk, they should sort their lives out and get a proper job."

Cowboy builder wasn't qualifiedA fine start to the year for Northamptonshire trading standards, who have just notched up their longest ever jail sentence for a cowboy builder.

Alan Fitzgerald netted 300,000 by targeting the elderly and vulnerable, including a 94 year old woman.

A judge at Northampton crown court sentenced the 47 year old fraudster, who had no building qualifications, to six years behind bars.

"He would often get payment in advance and then delay the building work with flimsy excuses, as well as over charging and intimidating people into paying large amounts of money for the work," said Councillor Andre Gonzalez de Savage after the hearing.

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Health and safety or a quick buck?Blame where it's due, Methandienone Bayer Schering please. Jens Hislop is a retired police officer, and no doubt a thoroughly nice chap, and for years he's helped wind up the Victorian clock in St Michael and All Angels in the West Yorkshire village of Haworth.

That was until the insurance Injectable Steroids For Bodybuilding In India company demanded 700 in case someone fell off the winding platform or stepladder despite the fact that this has never happened.

Mr Hislop was quoted saying that things "had been going like clockwork until health and safety "buy cheap jintropin online" kicked in".

It wasn't health and safety that kicked in, it was the insurance company looking to make a buck.

Payday lender harassmentThe "sharp practices" and "constant harassment" of four payday lenders and three debt collection firms were reported by victims to Citizens Advice.

They were part of the Toothfairy Finance web.

Now Citizens Advice is trumpeting the fact that all seven companies have been put out of action after it brought their tactics, which caused "significant distress", to the attention of the Office of Fair Trading.

Chief executive Gillian Guy said: "This sends a strong message to unscrupulous companies that exploiting customers does not deliver a sustainable business."

Plumbing the depthsThe behaviour of rogue trader Mohammed Shamrez has been described as "among the worst of its kind" by a judge and now justice has caught up with him beautifully.

Shamrez, 28, must pay 16,000 in legal costs after being taken to court by trading standards in Bedford, who had received "countless complaints".