A CONMAN who helped fleece victims out of greater than £100million was yesterday jailed for 13 years.
Tejay Fletcher, 35, was the brains behind iSpoof, an internet site providing crooks a caller ID from trusted organisations, like banks.
They then used it to acquire PINs and monetary particulars from victims — emptying their accounts.
Simply within the UK, 200,000 individuals misplaced £43million.
Fletcher made at the very least £2million from the plot and splurged it on two Vary Rovers, a Lamborghini and a Rolex.
He was caught following the UK’s largest ever fraud investigation, led by the Met Police.
John Ojakovoh, prosecuting, instructed Southwark crown courtroom: “This was an industrial fraud designed to take advantage of.”
Fletcher, of the Docklands, East London, admitted fraud prices and was sentenced to 13 years, 4 months’ jail.
Choose Sally Cahill KC stated: “For victims, it was a harrowing expertise.”