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So it were all ebay-scammers? ("internet auction scammers")
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Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:11 pm
Googled version :
The Romanian police have broken up with U.S. investigators, a fraudster gang cheated the westerners on the Internet at least 800 000 Euros to have. 70 suspected perpetrators and accomplices were arrested on Tuesday in Romania.
The fraudsters auctioned electronic and other goods on the Internet, which they then never delivered. The gang acted since 2006 in many EU countries, the United States and New Zealand, Canada and Switzerland, the Romanian news agency reported Mediadax. For the Internet auctions to the information that about 800 people were defrauded.
Yup, looks like Ebay scammers.
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Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:45 pm
That's what happens when stuff like that is run from within the EU completely. In other words: Authorities seem to mysteriously "fail" in cracking down entire scamming organisations inside Russia, West Africa or India.
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Tue Apr 13, 2010 9:25 pm
You have got to be kidding me...
Romanian authorites made headlines last week after busting 70 suspected cyberthieves accused of operating online auction scams. But it turns out one of the ringleaders was set free after authorities failed to file the required paperwork on time — and now he’s vanished.
Romanian law allows suspects to be held in jail, in a so-called preventive arrest, for 29 days while an investigation is underway if authorities prove to the court that they need to hold the suspect while evidence is examined. While the court was busy ruling on an extended arrest for the other suspects, Nicolae Popescu, 30, walked out of the courthouse without the police being notified, according to a local news report. The deadline for his initial arrest had passed, and because the court had not yet ruled on his extended detention, he was allowed to leave.
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