Re: The 'real' Earl Roberts
- From: Sacha <sacha@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 14 Feb 2007 19:24:39 +0000
On 14/2/07 19:17, in article QeJAh.27891$KW3.568@xxxxxxxxxxxx, "Tom Wilding
/ Stephen Stillwell" <thomas.wilding@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Well, not only is this person using living people, he is trying to part
"Frank R.A.J. Maloney" <frajm@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
My son has tracked him down, name, address, telephone number (in England)
and he rang him. My son asked a few questions about the "St Pierre
etc. and established he was speaking to the right person. When asked why
was interested, my son said that he had been intrigued to find that he
an aunt he'd never heard of. The phone went dead. The matter is now in
official hands. Some months ago, I corrected an incorrect claim as to
the identity of my
son's heir on Wikipedia. Can anyone remember the name originally in that
slot - I do know it had absolutely nothing to do with our family but
remember what it was and I am sure it was mentioned here. I'd be most
grateful if anyone who recalls it would email me with it.
I fully realize you're not doing any of this for mine or anyone else's
entertainment, but nevertheless it cheers me enormously to see a scammer,
a fraud, and a poseur getting hoisted on his own petard.
One seconds that emotion. There should be more people willing to put these
people in their proper places.
others from their money through this 'St Pierre Trust' and claiming alliance
to the Prince's Trust. That really cannot be allowed.