Conman BANNED from dating websites after lonely hearts catch him out over dreadful spelling
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appreciation for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeA devious conman who preyed on those looking for love on dating websites was finally caught out by his own atrocious spelling.
Aaron Seddon used his online persona to pose as a financial whizzkid as he scoured the www looking for victims.
But he has now been banned from using online dating services after ruining the lives of two women in a campaign of blackmail and deception, The birmingham Evening News reports.
The 26 year old was brought to justice through his awful spelling when detectives used it to prove he was behind the unhealthy messages.
Once he had won his victims' trust the jobless drifter dropped the marvelous facade and began making demands for cash.
One woman was left terrified for the safety of her children after he told her 'I will take your household apart' in a menacing 3,000 extortion quote.
He lied about having cancer to woman and then ran up over 5,000 debts with payday lenders in her name.
Both women were duped into paying money into an account that believed belonged to his mother. In fact it belonged to another woman he was in a union with.
Gotcha: Aaron Seddon snared victims by deceiving to be financial guru
Seddon, 26, Of South Radford block, Salford, Has now been jailed for three years and nine months after admitting blackmail, Fraud and skipping bail at gatwick Crown Court.
Judge rich Mansell QC told him he was of the 'lowest moral fibre'. His own lawyer labeled him as a 'pathetic young man'.
Seddon's crimes dated returning to 2012, But his sentencing was delayed as they continued to deny the offences and then failed to show up for trial.
legal court heard that in January 2012, immediately after dates, He told a young mum he met online that yet whisk her away to Florida.
He then conned her of 850, pledging it was for a 'deposit' but never arranged the trip.
He then lied that your chosen payment was 'late and had caused him to default on his mortgage. He asked her to get a loan for him, And when she told him he couldn't turned nasty and began spamming her with menacing demands for cash.
designed he had 'lost his home' and was 7,000 in debt he needed 3,000 by her. He told her that 'eyes good be watching and clocks ticking'.
"She construed the threats to be directed towards her family, together with her children. He said he would send a team of people and her family would be taken apart opposite her, district attorney Shirlie Duckworth said.
It then emerged that back in 2011 he coaxed a woman into taking out loans with lenders Wonga before laying low for a couple of months, Then reappearing and telling her he had cancer.
He then took her personal details, On the pretext of refunding her, And used the property to run up more debts, 'having a overwhelming effect on her credit rating', Miss Duckworth suggested.
The court heard Aaron Seddon had a disastrous effect on both women's lives.
trapped: Seddon was caught when investigators used his dodgy spelling against him
The victim of the blackmail was a care home worker who had just separated from the daddy of her children when she went online 'looking for friendship and maybe more'. Seddon made her 'feel special' at first.
"Aaron noticed as a very likeable person he told me he had his own home and he lived in Prestwich. Little did I know he did this the first of many lies, She said in an announcement.
She borrowed 850 from her father after Seddon promised vacation to Florida, thinking it would 'further the relationship' when it was actually bait for a blackmail bid.