Please forward this error screen plenty of fish dating website 208. Please forward this error screen to 208. Fantasist Christian Barber told his divorced and lonely victims he was a rich hotelier who owned property and yachts in exclusive resorts in Barbados and Cornwall.
For a string of middle-aged single women struggling with their finances, he seemed to be a knight in shining armour. 118million lottery winner with a fleet of luxury cars. And, what’s more, he wanted to pay off all their debts. But Barber was in fact a homeless conman who travelled across the country in his VW Golf, a court heard, gaining the trust of vulnerable women before raiding their bank accounts. September 2011 and March 2013.
But once he had their bank details, he would secretly steal large amounts of money from them. His victims came from towns across the country, from Yorkshire to Cornwall. I was devastated,’ she said. I feel like I’ve been to hell and back and I don’t think I can trust anyone again. 20,000 from her in total. Around three weeks after meeting in January 2012, he told her he wanted to invest her money in his Barbados hotel business. This of course never happened.
This is a lesson for other women to be careful. I would never have thought I’d be sucked into such a scam but he seemed completely genuine. 1993 for offences including deception, fraud and burglary. You set out the bait.