Originally Posted by Timbaland
Lol. I thought that statement by NorCal was pretty crazy too.
I'm surprised I agree with you on this RRL Clothing. The scammed users should just file claims with paypal.
Sadly I don't think anything will happen to Jimmy Fingers. The amount of money that he stole from each of the individual members on here I don't think amounts to a felony and then there is the issue with jurisdiction. Which state should charges be filed in? I don't think the cops will really spend any time or resources on this unfortunately.
of course we will...PayPal will alert his credit card company to the fraud claims
his credit will be ruined if we all file fraud charges (can you imagine having to pay cash for everything - to buy a car? anything?)
he now has a firing on his employment record (for something not that bad) but if he adds the fraud charges on top, it make him toxic to most employers (why would they take the chance in this economy with the unemployment rate so high?). The firing itself will cause them to look twice... and what do you think they will think if fraud shows up, too?
it's ludicrous for him to let several thousand dollars ruin his young life when he can earn it back even in menial labor in a month or two and that's assuming he took the money and blew it all and most of it really isn't sitting in his locked Paypal accounthe's being given every chance to come clean
but time runs out this week. It's completely in his control and HIS CHOICE how this all turns out
again, he's answered his home phone, we know where he lives, it's not like he's skipped town. If he had, charges would have already been filed. He's got a little time left to do the right thing.Edited by NorCal_1 - 11/15/11 at 8:34am