Forward any suspicious ebay mail to [email protected]! If a seller seems to be begging you to email privately, it is probably a stolen account. There are a lot of false profiles out on the dating sites.Danks (pictured with a sports car similar to those in the film) was caught after investigators found he had used his tag name 'thecod3r' on dating site Plenty of Fish, which listed his real details, and they raided his home He used his Facebook page to brag just two days after his arrest saying that he was the first to pirate the movie - and was still openly posting comments on social media about his conviction up until last month (above) Danks advertised his services through his Facebook page, selling illegal movies individually or in bundles and is said to have made £1,000 from the Fast and Furious movie, costing Universal Pictures an estimated £2.3million It states: ‘I like to go fishing and play poker when I can. I like listening to R&B, Garage, Bassline, Pop and anything in-between.I like watching comedies and romance films mainly but will watch pretty much anything.’ Philip Danks home in Livingstone Road, Bloxwich, Walsall, which was raided by police after they were able to trace him to the address from his dating profile Plenty Of Fish.He had used the same tag 'thecod3r' on both On the day before the hearing he posted: ‘Going to try and get some sleep now, 2 important events tomorrow!
After dinner, he drove her home and asked to use her bathroom. Markin later searched for information about her attacker on Google and found that the man had a history of violence and had been convicted of rape.According to FBI / IC3 reports on the latest auction fraud schemes, the culprits are usually in cyber cafes, half a world away.They love to lure shoppers with ridiculously low prices.Philip Danks, 25, secretly filmed the sixth installment of the Hollywood action movie at a cinema in Walsall, West Midlands, on its UK release date and illegally uploaded it on the internet, costing Universal Pictures an estimated £2.3million.He was arrested by police after a special ‘webwatch’ team was set up by LA-based Universal Pictures, who raided his home in Bloxwich, Walsall on May 23 – less than a week after the video surfaced online.