In contrast to the Chief Inspector’s opinion that earlier preventative action would have resulted in a different outcome, the Home Office said that “The focus on prevention needs to be stronger”.
The Home Office changes the way the Police work – however the two letters would suggest that the Chief Inspector hasn’t really taken on board the policy outlined by the Home Office on this particular matter. Continue reading →
With the recent developments of Norman Fowler scamming yet another person for a £5500 Rolex, there are fresh details surfacing about his contact details including a new address in Peterborough and a new mobile number.
I haven’t visited the property myself, but I’ve been informed by his latest victim that he may also be residing at 63 Willoughby Rd, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 9JR.
Norman Fowler’s new mobile number is 07923410555, however this has probably been ditched as I expect quite a few people who’ve previously been scammed have called this number to offer some abuse. Continue reading →
It would appear that Norman Fowler is once again up to his normal tricks and has scammed yet another person out of a large amount of money when they thought they were buying a Rolex watch.
I’ve already been in contact with the new victim who said he arranged to do a deal with Norman Fowler for a Rolex watch which cost over £5000. From what I can make out it sounds like he’s employing his normal tactics to prevent any further action from the victim by giving various excuses, such as “the bank has made an error”! Continue reading →
There are three ‘R’s that could be used to describe Norman Joseph FOWLER, “Rotund, Repugnant and Recidivist”, not quite the same three ‘R’s that were touted by Tony Blair in his hay-day! But lovely descriptive words none the less!
Unfortunately, FOWLER hasn’t done anything to prove that the application of these words to his name couldn’t be justified. Although innocent until proven guilty, all the evidence stacks up to prove that these accurately descriptive words could possibly be applied.
Lets just take a look at the evidence of the cheque fraud to see how applying these world could possibly be justified, then I’ll leave it up to you to decide. Continue reading →
In the last few updates to this site, I have been talking about how the internet and social media have created almost a viral form of vigilante policing and justice system which is regulated by the general public.
Since my previous post, “Stinson Hunter”, a Youtube/Facebook user who publicly revealed potential peadophiles by pretending to be 14/15 year old girls on dating sites then arranging meetings at hotels / public places has had his Facebook and Youtube accounts shutdown and had a warning from the police that he could be breaking the law himself. (Article on BBC News) Continue reading →
Action Fraud is a new national reporting centre which you can use when you’ve been scammed or defrauded in the UK, but I wondered just how useful this service is having been set up after being made a victim myself, so I thought I would discuss what happened to see what advice they could give.
The waiting time was only 8 seconds, which was great , here is the conversation:
Michelle:Hello Thomas Tailford, you are chatting with Michelle, thanks for contacting us, how can I assist you? (Please do not reveal personal data during this web chat) Continue reading →
While this post is totally speculative I can only imagine that Norman Fowler is still committing fraud using one of the many scams that are easily committed within the scope of the UK legal system.
I am now asking myself the question what to do with Norman Fowler’s personal website and have teamed up with another one of his many victims to make good out of the problems caused by Norman Fowler and the scammers who also operate in the UK.
We both intend to create a website which will update people, not only with new types of fraud or scams that are out there, but also a name and shame type system for those who’ve tried to report fraud to the Police and have had the same frustrating outcome. Continue reading →
I haven’t really been posting much but the Norfolk Police have been slowly making progress with Norman Fowler, conman extraordinaire! The Sergeant dealing with my case has now crimed my report as a fraud and Norman Fowler will be arrested in due course – so it’s nice to see that something is being done.
However, after telling someone about the progress I had made with the Police / Norman he replied with the following message:
About bloody time, maybe if action had taken place earlier, the prevention strategy of the policing policy would have been seen to work and what I suppose will now be police time, effort and valuable resources wasted Continue reading →
For my next blog post I was thinking I could do something a little bit different. If anyone has been reading this website they’re probably getting a little bit bored of me whining about my camera equipment blah blah blah… but I’m starting to come to terms that the equipment has long gone and now the Police are doing what they can to deal with Norman Fowler.
So… I was thinking we could try and speak to Norman Fowler a bit… ask him questions like: “What motivates you in the morning?” “How do you feel when you go to bed at night?” “Do you feel any kind of remorse for the things you’ve done to people over the years?”
(Some more suggestions would be great, but I can’t promise Norman will reply) Continue reading →