Rather than blither on about how Norman stole my gear, today I thought I would talk about fraud / scams and how serious the problem is in the UK.
From my experience alone I’ve come across many other victims of fraud; both in the media industry and also other victims of Norman Fowler. To give you an idea of the scale of the problem, when I was first visited by the Norfolk Constabulary, the Police Officer told me that I was the fourth victim of fraud he was visiting that day.
This ponders a question, why is fraud so endemic within the UK? Continue reading
Rather than keep the boxes to all the gear the Norman Fowler decided to commandeer I thought I would sell them on eBay to generate a little bit of cash to put into the replacement-gear-fund.
Canon 7D STOLEN
Canon 5D MK III STOLEN
Canon 430EX STOLEN
Canon 10-22mm Lens STOLEN
Canon 24-70mm STOLEN
This isn’t everything Norman has taken, he also managed to get hold of a 17-40mm L Series lens which belonged to Brendan.
Two different people contacted me about Norman Fowler using two different types of scams, but they’ve included another name and set of details for a person called J Broadley, I’ll explain each scam and also how it’s linked to J Broadley.
Scam 1: Norman Fowler arranges to meet mark in a very expensive hotel in London (where he’s supposedly staying) and sells some genuine Louis Vuitton clothing with Continue reading
I’ve not been posting as much on here lately as I am waiting to see what happens with Norfolk Police, however I’m still active behind the scenes!
While Norfolk Police are dealing with my enquiry, another victim of Norman Fowler has contacted us through the site with a similar story to mine and many others. “D” from London told me: Continue reading
I’ve been made aware of yet more scams from Norman Fowler. However, this scam wasn’t for camera equipment, or car parts but was for a Rolex watch. Norman Fowler has a love for Rolex watches and feeds his addiction using a scam or a con or some kind of fraud.
I was already aware that he had already used a scam to obtain a Rolex watch from a fellow in Holland, but we have been contacted by someone who lives in Egypt who has had a Rolex watch taken by some sort of con or fraud. I’ve been advised that the watch was worth £6000 and Norman Fowler used the same address in Colchester, Essex. Continue reading
Taken from AVForums.com
I think the real issue here, is that there is a serial fraudster out there, well known and well documented, that appears to be immune from justice.
His scams are wll documentated, as are the names and details of his victims. His appearance is in the public domain, as is his modus operandii. Yet when all is said and done, he is allowed to continue his scams and frauds untouched by any form of justice.