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Zac Langley, formerly known as Andrew Penfold, 38 and of Poole, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday 23 September 2016 to 15 counts of committing fraud by false representation and breaches of his Serious Crime Prevention Order.
He was sentenced today, Monday 14 November 2016, at the same court.
After the real estate company contacted KMPG, they confirmed the letter was false and a report was made to the police.
At about 4.50pm on Monday 4 July 2016, Langley was arrested at Southampton Central train station.
"He is a compelling liar who targeted his victims through online dating websites and tricked them into handing over thousands of pounds. His victims have been left both emotionally and financially shattered by his cruel and selfish actions.
"While the majority of people use dating websites for legitimate purposes, there are some unscrupulous people out there, such as Langley, who are not who they say they are." Advice on how you can stay safe when using online dating can be found at If you are an accredited journalist or member of the media, please click here for information about how to contact our News Team.
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He approached a real estate company and claimed he had £50 million to purchase Salterns Marina in Poole.
We help you every step of the way and we are on the end of the telephone/email/text if you need us too.
A man who used dating websites to defraud vulnerable victims has been jailed for five and a half years.
Experience Bournemouth from the height of the famous helium balloon, there are stunning views and when you’re done with the balloon ride, why not spend the afternoon in the park, situated perfectly in between the beach and the bustling town centre.
You could take a picnic and laze around in the beautifully kept gardens whilst getting to know your date a little better.
He had with him two i Phones, an i Pad, £550 cash and was wearing a fake ‘expensive’ wristwatch.