Friday , January 15 2021

He stole the details of his former card and paid a trip to Paris with his new girlfriend

Flowers at home, parking, taxes, premium TV channel subscriptions and even a service that increases the amount of "pleasure" on Instagram. All these costs were found on the card of Angel Exford, the victim of a fraud that he played in his former friend, Michael Fehsfeld, in England.

The fall that overturns the glass? Man also used his former data to pay an "escape" to Paris with his current. It was the worst mistake: this acquisition was captured on October 5 at Gatwick Airport in London with his new boyfriend.

By the middle of the year, Exford and Fehsenfeld had a short relationship for several months. They broke up after a trip with another friendly couple. That day, the man claimed to have lost his wallet. His girlfriend borrowed the book to pay a place, food and drinks.

"It was the last time I saw him in person," the woman wrote on her Twitter account, whose story, published to warn other potential victims of deception, has already been shared nearly 12,000 times.

One day after the nomination, Fehsenfeld shared on social networks his plans to go to a spa with another girl and block ex.

A month later, the extra expense began to appear in the Exford account. The woman discovered the shopping for her book for 1,200 pounds, about $ 1,500. After seeing the summary, they found more gifts for the ex girlfriend and especially the trip to Paris with the travel codes and passenger names: Michael Fehsenfeld and his current girlfriend.

With this evidence, Exford denounced his ex-boyfriend and was indignant at the man who took advantage of it. "I do not have a direct family in the UK, it depends on 100% of me and I have people in South Africa that they support economically," he said. He also enjoyed one of his purchases ex: "My hard work deserves to like," he concluded.

Fehsenfeld was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison and 150 hours of community work. In addition, he will have to pay compensation to his former partner. (

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