Successful con man who scammed his victims out of £100m and sentenced to 13 years in prison
A scammer who helped victims extort more than £100million was yesterday sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Tejay Fletcher, 35, was the mastermind behind iSpoof, a website that offers scammers caller ID from trusted organizations like banks.
They then stole PINs and financial information from the victims, draining their accounts.
In the UK alone, 200,000 people lost 43 million pounds.
Fletcher made at least £2million from the property and invested it in two Range Rovers, a Lamborghini and a Rolex.
He was caught following the UK’s biggest ever fraud investigation led by the Met Police.
John Ojakovoh, prosecutor, told Southwark Crown Court: “This was an industrial fraud aimed at exploitation.”
Fletcher, from East London’s Docklands, admitted fraud and was sentenced to 13 years and four months in prison.
Judge Sally Cahill KC said, “It was a harrowing experience for the victims.”