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>> No. 18997 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 9:00 am
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Fraudster Darren Carvill stole more than £250,000 from Strood employer Mr Clutch to blow on drugs and prostitutes

A miserable accounts worker – bullied by workmates – ripped off £250,000 from his bosses... and blew it on drugs and escort parties.

Lonely Darren Carvill stole the money while working for national car servicing company "Mr Clutch" at its head office in Strood. In two-days, the 38-year-old took more than £170,000 which he then spent on glamorous parties with high-class hookers and drugs. Carvill claimed that when he realised he would be caught he wanted to "go out with a bang".


What would you do with an embezzled a quarter of a million?
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>> No. 18999 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 9:09 am
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A flight to somewhere without an extradition treaty, a grudge against the UK and where that much cash will let me live like an Indian Raj for the rest of my days.

Or I'd bury it and try to secretly get it to my parents, but I reckon they'd be simultaneously bad at crime and surveilled to Hell and back post my arrest.
>> No. 19001 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 9:21 am
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My first purchase would be a plane ticket to somewhere that's hot, a tax haven, and won't extradite me for embezzlement.

Then I'd just buy some property and become a landlord/slumlord/air bnb proprietor, depending on where I end up.
>> No. 19004 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 10:06 am
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I might be being picky, but I'd have thought £170,000 could buy you a higher class of escort than this.
>> No. 19013 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 9:27 pm
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I loved this story too. If you read around a bit, he'd already been convicted some time ago of a similar thing for a different employer (though much lower amount) - amazing in a way he got another job in that position.

The place where fraudsters always go wrong is what they spend the cash on. If I were so inclined to nick £170k from my employer, and actually managed it, the last thing I would spunk it on is hookers and blow - that's just asking to get caught.
>> No. 19014 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 9:50 pm
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I'd assume that it wouldn't matter what he spent it on, or whether he spent it at all, because a missing £170k is going to be noticed either way.
>> No. 19015 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 10:08 pm
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You'd think that, but nobody noticed a missing £20m at Patisserie Valerie until a winding-up petition was publicly announced.
>> No. 19016 Anonymous
13th April 2019
Saturday 10:42 pm
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They knew earlier than that, to be fair. They just had to pretend to be surprised.
>> No. 19019 Anonymous
14th April 2019
Sunday 5:35 am
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>amazing in a way he got another job in that position

You'd be surprised how many employers don't check references or do any real background checks on people they recruit.

>the last thing I would spunk it on is hookers and blow

If you spend it on anything tangible then that is likely to be seized. If you're not going to bury it in the garden then the best thing you can do with it is using it on things that cannot be taken from you, like prostitutes, drugs, hot air balloon rides, fine dining, VIP event tickets, etc.
>> No. 19026 Anonymous
14th April 2019
Sunday 11:15 pm
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I am quite sure that he has a fat little Bitcoin wallet hidden somewhere. As long as you do not put the crypto on an exchange there is no way it can be found and seized.

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