Wednesday 21 August 2013 - Filed under Replica Rolex
A Wanganui man conned two Canadians out of just about $30,000 by selling them bogus designer watches, Claiming what exactly were for sale were luxury brands Rolex and Patek Philippe Nautilus.
Shane Arnold Goodgame, 26, Pleaded guilty to two charges of obtaining by deception over $1000 when he appeared in Wanganui District Court not too long ago.
On aug 11, another victim, Also in nova scotia, Emailed asking inside regards to Patek Philippe watch, And over some emails, A final cost of $22,581.65 (US$19,600) Was advised.
The victims are both seeking reparation and the police have requested the seized items to be forfeited basically because they were obtained through the proceeds of a crime.
When been vocal to by police, Goodgame admitted what exactly is it, Saying it were “Too not very difficult” That someone would willingly pay that amount of money for a watch he did not have to send.
He admitted knowing it was wrong and said it “Felt healthy” to money and buy things.
Goodgame’s counsel Stephen Ross said Goodgame had appeared in March last year on a charge of attemping to get by deception under $500, And needed a presentence and reparation have.
Goodgame was on a benefit and deal nothing left of the money.
Police district attorney Sergeant Rachael Willemsen said Goodgame was at risk of reoffending while at home on bail and the offences were serious, Involving plenty of money.
Judge Dugald Matheson said his initial strategy was to remand Goodgame in custody, But he wanting to keep reparation options open.
He told Goodgame he regarded reparation as hugely significant whether or not he went down the stairs [To cells] Or out the door following his sentencing.
2013-08-21 » Ronny