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Scammer sentenced to 456 years in prison in Jamaica

By Jamaica Star

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(JAMAICA STAR) — Garcia Perez, also called Tituba Mogaba, who plead guilty to 114 counts of obtaining money by means of false pretence, has been sentenced to 456 years imprisonment.

Perez, who is presently serving time for similar offences, was sentenced to four years for each count. He will have to serve this sentence on the completion of the present time behind bars.

Perez, Daina-Marie Dennis and Nashony Barrow appeared before the Kingston and St Andrew Parish Court on Thursday May 16, where Dennis and Barrow were freed by the court after no evidence was offered against them.

The three persons were charged in April 2018 following investigations by MOCA into the activities of Prisoners for Christ (PFC) Telemarketing Services. This entity purported to be able to import motor vehicles upon the request of a down payment of between $85,000 and $100,000 until the arrival of the vehicle.

Several operations at their offices resulted in the seizure of several motor vehicles and millions of US and Jamaican dollars. Also, based on reports made to MOCA, more than $13 million was fleeced from unsuspecting persons.

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  1. What!...who the heck gave this article thumbs down? Scammers maybe? I have been preaching this for years!! Scammers should get extreme punishment way beyond the norm. Finally a judge sees it my way. I hope this sets precprecedence.

  2. damn right they should arrest all of them. do you know how hard most of these people have worked to get somewhere in life and they want to buy a vehicle and yall stealing people money and yall giving the people what vehicle you want and most time you not getting the vehicle. there are alot of them out there. and theses people so stupid if they were operating a genuine business people would buy so why scam people. there is one from japan that is scamming people in the Caribbean so people be aware of they take your deposit and they vehicle you deposit on is not what you paid for.


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