Fraudster with penchant for watches jailedFirst published: watches 24-09-2009A man with an insatiable hunger for buying replica watches may be jailed for 18 months after fraudulently using somebody else's money to purchase them, it is reported.Good Croydon Advertiser, datejust rolex price 35-year-old Shaunisedeen Braimoh spent £170,000 of one other person's money on a variety of luxury replica watches, including two from Harrods worth £22,000 for the pair.The confiscation order appeared in the event it was found that Mr Braimoh was dishonestly retaining a wrongful credit. Upon having the money, the guilty man withdrew it in many ways, rolex daytona stainless at various post offices across London, exchanging the amount of money into euros that she is thought to get sent abroad. Mr Braimoh will need to repay £119,859 of his fraudulently obtained money.Detective constable Joe Ryan, the financial investigator who worked tirelessly on the confiscation case, told the newspaper: "The Payback Unit specialize in making certain crime doesn't pay. "Braimoh has discovered the hard way that even after conviction we carry on and pursue criminals for his or her ill-gotten gains."Croydon has become featuring heavily inside the courts recently, most notably for Select Plant Hire Company's breach of Safety and health laws after section of among its cranes collapsed into the Croydon Park Hotel causing damage and loss of business approximately £4.8 million. replica breitling abyss watches
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