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six men jailed over £17m solar panels scam that targeted elderly and vulnerable - solar panel traffic lights

by:Litel Technology     2019-08-19
six men jailed over £17m solar panels scam that targeted elderly and vulnerable  -  solar panel traffic lights
Six men were jailed for defrauding a 17-meter solar panel scam involving 1,500 victims across the country.
There are elderly, retirees and vulnerable groups in the target population who are "manipulated" to buy panels, false promises that installation costs will be invested and that they will recover their funds within five years.
Now, however, people are not investing any money.
Manchester, which has closed down
The defendant spent cash on luxury cars and holidays.
The Serious Fraud Office said the victims were deceived by fraudulent sales techniques, outright lies and false reimbursement guarantees because they lost between £ 10,000 and £ 20,000 per person.
The ringleader of the scam, the 34-year-old brother David Diaz and the 38-year-old luduochi Black, fled for seven months in a row, eventually at a regular police station in Cheshire.
Men and their colleagues
Earlier this year, 52-year-old Robert Ross, 56-year-old Stephen Wilson, 60-year-old Kenneth Reid, and 54-year-old Neil Hasti were jury-drawn by the royal court of Liverpool.
On Tuesday, Diaz and Blake in Glasgow were jailed for seven and a half years and six and a half years respectively.
Each of them was jailed for an additional two months for bail.
Wilson of wydernes, Cheshire and Ross, Al, were sentenced to four and a half years in prison, while Reed and Hasti from Glasgow were sentenced to three and a half years in prison.
After the verdict, Lisa ofoski, director of the office of serious fraud, said: "These people have established predatory plans from hard-
While pretending to provide vulnerable groups with the opportunity to improve their financial security, they earn savings for them.
"I am very proud of the way our team works with law enforcement partners to address this complex and predatory fraud.
Scott Creton, chief investigator of the bankruptcy authority, said: "The tactics used by these scammers are particularly malicious, and they are shamefully targeting thousands of vulnerable groups to get huge amounts of money to fund their extravagant lifestyle.
"Thanks to the joint efforts of the bankruptcy services bureau, SFO and several other organizations, we have been able to obtain substantial judgments for these fraudsters, end their deceptive activities and protect more people from cheating.
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