A NIGERIAN man found to have swindled a British citizen planning to buy a property in Torrevieja out of thousands has accepted the two-year jail sentence agreed between the case prosecutor and his defence.
B.K. was accused of getting his hands on €28,500 of the €58,000 the Brit sent for the house purchase.
He recognised that after gaining access to the email which the buyer used to communicate with a notary in the UK, a message was sent to the complainant to give them the details of a bank account in which to make the deposit.
The account was not in fact the notary’s, but one which B.K. had opened in bank in Jumilla in Murcia.
The prosecutor concluded that either B.K. or another person acting under his authority had sent the email
As well as the jail time, the agreement includes a fine and the payment of €28,500 compensation to the complainant.