2019 I have told folks to be on the look out for many articles to come, and this is just one of them I have been following for some time.you would start to think?with all the cons going around the entire psychic thing might be a dead ringer for the word scam,but none the less,they pop up all over the world and all over the social sites as we know them.
This is the case of Simon Gold. A self proclaimed astrology expert and psychic.In this case,he was charged with fraud and also a more serious charge of money laundering.It is also known that Simon had went noticed,as leaving sizeable debts all over Ireland.
Astrologer and tarot reader, Simon Gold, 53, with an address at Cartontroy, Athlone, Co. Westmeath faced his second hearing when he appeared at Cloverhill District Court on Thursday, having been refused bail earlier.
He was charged with money laundering by allegedly possessing €800,000 in proceeds of criminal conduct at a bank in Dublin on Oct. 19, 2012.
State solicitor Michelle Sheeran told Judge Blake that funds in the accused’s bank account have been frozen and she accepted he did not have the means to pay for his defense.
He has three other counts of deception with charges that on other dates in 2011 he induced three other people to transfer stg£30,000, stg£10,000 and another sum of stg £10,000 to the account of the same financial consultancy firm.
The businessman was also charged with having false instruments: one blank bank draft and six other bank drafts with various sums, totalling €55m, payable to three individuals and a named financial advice business. He is charged that he had these drafts in his custody in Delvin, Co. Westmeath on Oct. 22, 2012.
He also had another charge of having another false instrument on a date in 2014 at a location in Co. Leitrim: four sheets allegedly containing 360 removable holograms purporting to be AIB holograms.
The 53-year-old has not yet entered a plea to the charges and the Director of Public Prosecutions has directed that he is to face trial on indictment. This means his case will be sent forward to the Circuit Court, which has tougher sentencing powers, once the prosecution has completed preparing a book of evidence.