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Monday, 8 October 2012

"This Guy Looks Very Familiar!"

Businessman in £60,000 fraud sent to prison
for three years

A BUSINESSMAN has been jailed after claiming more than £60,000 in benefits while secretly running a company with an annual turnover of up to £500,000.

To Social Security staff, George McLoughlin was an unemployed househusband who did not even have his own bank account.

But while posing as almost penniless, he was secretly amassing a small fortune while running a rapidly growing firm which sold car registration plates and other merchandise to customers in Jersey and the UK.

McLoughlin (42) was jailed on Friday for three years by the Royal Court after pleading guilty to withholding information from the Social Security department.


  1. Good comment 'J' but you forgot to mention the real truth, so I am not publishing your 'expected' crap. When you have mustered up the courage to post under your full and real name, then I will post your garbage :)

  2. Well it didn't take long to find. To add insult to injury, the plates would appear to have been principally an illegal type anyway.

    listing companies 1 to 1 out of 1

    22 Millias Park Mont Millias St Helier, Jersey Channel Islands JE2 4RU
    Contact: George McLoughlin 01534 789649
    Category: number plates, bike, motorbike, motorcycle, motorsport