Dorset dating

29 Jan

The pair took out loans totalling almost £105,000 and transferred the cash to Langley.

He purchased a Range Rover Evoque with the money and soon after part-exchanged it for a new Range Rover Sport, taking on the credit payments.

As busy people ourselves, we know how hard it is to meet new people and find relationships or love outside the nine-to-five.

A man who used dating websites to defraud vulnerable victims has been jailed for five and a half years.

Zac Langley, formerly known as Andrew Penfold, 38 and of Poole, pleaded guilty at Bournemouth Crown Court on Friday 23 September 2016 to 15 counts of committing fraud by false representation and breaches of his Serious Crime Prevention Order.

The victim and her mother were both 'smitten with him', the court heard.

In January 2016, Langley told the two women that he was due a big payout from his family business, but he needed some short-term cash to help him with his property development ventures.