George Fetter in jail again

George Fetter in jail again

Post by dxAc » Sun, 26 Aug 2007 20:13:21



> > I still believe that his websites are close to
> > being outside his probation order and are on a very fine
> > line. Web searches still will pull up pages on
> > Licensed4Fun.CON. and SLOTmachineSCAM.4me
> > Although none of the pay links work, all it takes is
> > a setup to one of his many aliases and he back in business.

> > All of us should never forget to check them now and then
> > and make sure they don't work.
> > If they do, print copies of the payment links on the
> > website. Be sure the web address and date is in the Footer
> > of the document.

> > Mail them certified to:
> > Probation Officer for old GeorgeF
> > 1023 Mason Avenue
> > Daytona Beach, Florida 32117

> Some of us have information that might have been of interest to the
> Judge who heard Fetter's case.  I wish I had contacted the Judge's
> office, but I did not find out the Judge's name in time.

> According to the Volusia County Jail booking list:
> WS680882  (booking #)
> M/W (male white)
> 011665  (date of birth)
> CRC0636151CFAES (Volusia Co Circuit Court Criminal Case #)
> FETTER,GEORGE W
> HHPD/JABH/PROW
> WK: 1 (1st week in custody)
> *ALIAS:  BROWN,DAVID
> JDG: PARSONS,WILLIAM A  (judge handling the case)
> 0000000.00 (no bond)
> 80 JENNIFER CIR
> PONCE INLET     FL 32127

> So when George pulls some more frauds, we might want to contact the
> judge in addition to contacting the Probation Officer, as you
> rightfully suggest. We might want to drop a line to Judge William A
> Parsons at the Volusia County Circuit Court. Address should be easily
> attained.

Maybe those folks were not aware of the scam George pulled maybe 3 to 4 years
ago involving GPS units I think it was. Some folks tracked me down trying to
figure out just where George was.

Guess he got a "visit" from a fellow named Curtis who roughed ol' George up a
bit. George tried to blame all the shipping 'confusion' on his 'wife' whom
Curtis got George to admit didn't exist.

Sure wish I had all those emails today!

Curtis described George as a 'runt', as I recall.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

Don't do business with the Huntington Investment Company.

 
 
 

George Fetter in jail again

Post by dxAc » Mon, 27 Aug 2007 00:39:15





> > > I still believe that his websites are close to
> > > being outside his probation order and are on a very fine
> > > line. Web searches still will pull up pages on
> > > Licensed4Fun.CON. and SLOTmachineSCAM.4me
> > > Although none of the pay links work, all it takes is
> > > a setup to one of his many aliases and he back in business.

> > > All of us should never forget to check them now and then
> > > and make sure they don't work.
> > > If they do, print copies of the payment links on the
> > > website. Be sure the web address and date is in the Footer
> > > of the document.

> > > Mail them certified to:
> > > Probation Officer for old GeorgeF
> > > 1023 Mason Avenue
> > > Daytona Beach, Florida 32117

> > Some of us have information that might have been of interest to the
> > Judge who heard Fetter's case.  I wish I had contacted the Judge's
> > office, but I did not find out the Judge's name in time.

> > According to the Volusia County Jail booking list:
> > WS680882  (booking #)
> > M/W (male white)
> > 011665  (date of birth)
> > CRC0636151CFAES (Volusia Co Circuit Court Criminal Case #)
> > FETTER,GEORGE W
> > HHPD/JABH/PROW
> > WK: 1 (1st week in custody)
> > *ALIAS:  BROWN,DAVID
> > JDG: PARSONS,WILLIAM A  (judge handling the case)
> > 0000000.00 (no bond)
> > 80 JENNIFER CIR
> > PONCE INLET     FL 32127

> > So when George pulls some more frauds, we might want to contact the
> > judge in addition to contacting the Probation Officer, as you
> > rightfully suggest. We might want to drop a line to Judge William A
> > Parsons at the Volusia County Circuit Court. Address should be easily
> > attained.

> Maybe those folks were not aware of the scam George pulled maybe 3 to 4 years
> ago involving GPS units I think it was. Some folks tracked me down trying to
> figure out just where George was.

> Guess he got a "visit" from a fellow named Curtis who roughed ol' George up a
> bit. George tried to blame all the shipping 'confusion' on his 'wife' whom
> Curtis got George to admit didn't exist.

> Sure wish I had all those emails today!

> Curtis described George as a 'runt', as I recall.

Oh yes, I forgot to invite George to share his recollections of that event with
us.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

 
 
 

George Fetter in jail again

Post by AllanSt.. » Mon, 27 Aug 2007 13:11:09

Quote:> Maybe those folks were not aware of the scam
> George pulled maybe 3 to 4 years ago involving
> GPS units I think it was. . .

> Guess he got a "visit" from a fellow named Curtis who
> roughed ol' George up a bit. George tried to blame all
> the shipping 'confusion' on his 'wife' whom
> Curtis got George to admit didn't exist.

> Sure wish I had all those emails today!
> Curtis described George as a 'runt', as I recall.

   Oh I remember the discussion threads we had; and I saved all the
messages.  Curtis was a big ol boy, and he said George is a tiny guy.
According to Curtis, when George opened the door and saw Curtis
standing there demanding his money back, George started shaking
uncontrollably.  I think he cried.

Then there was the time Fetter advertized the non-existent BC-780s or
785s when they first came out and you couldn't get a hold of one.
Fetter claimed he had bought out a radio store that was going out of
business, and had acquired dozens of them. He offered them for sale
under the name George Williams (William is his middle name).  Of
course he never delivered.  I thought Curtis actually had sent the
money for one of the scanners.

If only I had gotten to talk to Judge William A Parsons at the Volusia
County Circuit Court before he accepted Fetter's plea bargain. Oh
well, there is always next time.

AL STERN  Satellite Beach FL

 
 
 

George Fetter in jail again

Post by Burr » Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:33:02


Quote:>> Maybe those folks were not aware of the scam
>> George pulled maybe 3 to 4 years ago involving
>> GPS units I think it was. . .

>> Guess he got a "visit" from a fellow named Curtis who
>> roughed ol' George up a bit. George tried to blame all
>> the shipping 'confusion' on his 'wife' whom
>> Curtis got George to admit didn't exist.

>> Sure wish I had all those emails today!
>> Curtis described George as a 'runt', as I recall.

>   Oh I remember the discussion threads we had; and I saved all the
> messages.  Curtis was a big ol boy, and he said George is a tiny guy.
> According to Curtis, when George opened the door and saw Curtis
> standing there demanding his money back, George started shaking
> uncontrollably.  I think he cried.

> Then there was the time Fetter advertized the non-existent BC-780s or
> 785s when they first came out and you couldn't get a hold of one.
> Fetter claimed he had bought out a radio store that was going out of
> business, and had acquired dozens of them. He offered them for sale
> under the name George Williams (William is his middle name).  Of
> course he never delivered.  I thought Curtis actually had sent the
> money for one of the scanners.

> If only I had gotten to talk to Judge William A Parsons at the Volusia
> County Circuit Court before he accepted Fetter's plea bargain. Oh
> well, there is always next time.

> AL STERN  Satellite Beach FL

I remember when this stuff happened. I was thinking about buying a 785 from
him and I think you Al said something and I didn't do it., I just watch and
listened.

There was something about an antenna on his house also, wasn't there?

Burr

 
 
 

George Fetter in jail again

Post by dxAc » Mon, 27 Aug 2007 21:44:12


> > Maybe those folks were not aware of the scam
> > George pulled maybe 3 to 4 years ago involving
> > GPS units I think it was. . .

> > Guess he got a "visit" from a fellow named Curtis who
> > roughed ol' George up a bit. George tried to blame all
> > the shipping 'confusion' on his 'wife' whom
> > Curtis got George to admit didn't exist.

> > Sure wish I had all those emails today!
> > Curtis described George as a 'runt', as I recall.

>    Oh I remember the discussion threads we had; and I saved all the
> messages.  Curtis was a big ol boy, and he said George is a tiny guy.
> According to Curtis, when George opened the door and saw Curtis
> standing there demanding his money back, George started shaking
> uncontrollably.  I think he cried.

> Then there was the time Fetter advertized the non-existent BC-780s or
> 785s when they first came out and you couldn't get a hold of one.
> Fetter claimed he had bought out a radio store that was going out of
> business, and had acquired dozens of them. He offered them for sale
> under the name George Williams (William is his middle name).  Of
> course he never delivered.  I thought Curtis actually had sent the
> money for one of the scanners.

I got the emails from a fellow whom I believe sent some money for a GPS unit (I
think this particular scam originated in some airplane pilot group, I'd have to
look) and 'Curtis' was a friend of his or the friend of another fellow. But
anyway, as I recall, 'Curtis' drove 750 miles or so and got ol' George to write
a check (which I think was around $700 or so), and was told that if it didn't
cash, he, 'Curtis', would be back. I do remember the guy telling me that
'Curtis' roughed George up a bit.

George doesn't want a return visit from 'Curtis'.

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> If only I had gotten to talk to Judge William A Parsons at the Volusia
> County Circuit Court before he accepted Fetter's plea bargain. Oh
> well, there is always next time.

> AL STERN  Satellite Beach FL