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Paul Hayward, Thailand: The Truth About That Exclusive Interview

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About a month ago Paul John Hayward, a ‘Bangkok businessman’ succeeded in getting Google to put a block on the website Andrew-Drummond.com. Hayward claimed that he was not a man who made his cash out of fraudulent investment houses (see below). “We act for Paul John Hayward. We understand from Mr. Hayward that he is a businessman in Bangkok, Thailand …

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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES (loss of). DREW NOYES LINES UP NEXT TARGET – A HOME DEPOT STORE

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 THAI FRAUDSTER LOSES MEMORY – BUT LAST WEEK IS CLEAR AS A BELL As I anticipated American Drew Walter Noyes is heading for legal action as he is ‘feeling mad at Home Depot 5511, Carolina Beach Road, Wilmington, North Carolina.’ He claims a pole snapped, and knocked him out. Now, he says, he has 6 months’ memory loss and his …

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‘I’M A SURVIVOR’ – HARRIS BLACK RETURNS TO HIS OLD SCAMS.

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The notorious Canadian low-life scammer Harris Black is at it again in Thailand. Now he’s offering jobs to foreigners – at a price.   He has been flooding Craigslist (Thailand) with job opportunities for foreigners among whom there is no shortage of people seeking to extend their stay by working. He’s been advertising jobs for foreigners as front of office …

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MORE BRIT ACCUSED ‘CRIMINALS’ GO FREE IN THAILAND – BUT NOBODY’S BEING DUMB

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While Thailand’s military government claims to be on a crusade against corruption, and a lot of Thai people have swallowed this hook line and sinker, Brits in Thailand continue to suffer thanks to the country’s ambivalent attitude to so called foreign criminals.   In June British police were delighted at the arrest of Mark Hallett, from Somerset, a Briton they …

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NOT SO YOUNG PRETENDER CLAIMS TO HAVE RETURNED TO SCOTLAND

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BUT IF SO, MAYBE HE JUST WANTS TO …CHANGE HIS NAME AGAIN.   Brian Goudie, the phoney English Barrister, Scottish Advocate, and officer in the Royal Marines, who sought out victims for scamming in Thailand for more than 12 years has announced he has landed in Scotland via an Emirates flight from Dubai. Goudie,48, born Goldie in Falkirk in October 1967, …

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FAMOUS EXTORTIONIST NOW A ‘SPECIAL FORCES TRAINED MARKSMAN’ WITH A ‘WHITE HOUSE INVITE’

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Monday, June 20, 2016 He’s been playing with guns and boasting about his senator approved trip to the White House. He boasts he will return to Thailand to-reunite with the children he left behind, but shows not signs of backing up his claims. But still the noticeably absent publisher of the now defunct Pattaya Times newspaper Drew Noyes must stand …

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EXCLUSIVE – SNIPERS IN CAMBODIA TARGETING EXPATS

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BUT THERE’S NO CAMOUFLAGING WHAT THEY’RE UP TO Former promoters of the crashed Australian based LM Managed Performance Fund have banded together with former boiler room ‘loaders’ and unscrupulous independent financial advisers in South East Asia. And the former LM executives, who helped take nearly £400 million from victims of the LM/MPF Ponzi, have a new multi-faceted get rich quick …

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CLOSING THE BOOK ON THAILAND’S CRIMINAL VEXATIOUS LITIGANTS

In Brian Goudie, Drew Noyes, Drew Walter Noyes, One Stop Legal Services, One Stop Service Center, Pappa Co.Ltd, pattaya times, scammers by Andrew Drummond4 Comments

With the confirmation of the conviction and jailing of Drew Noyes, former publisher of the Pattaya Times newspaper – and the conviction and new arrest warrants for fake British lawyer Brian Goudie, aka Goldie, now is the time to close the book on these two low life scammers. The wheels of Thailand’s legal system screeched, and groaned and came off …