A man named Neil Moore sat in the British prison. A man in his '28 expected verdict in cases where he was accused of fraud. And resourceful rogue again came up with a method to make life easier. Using a mobile phone he registered the domain hmcts-gsi-gov.org.uk that looked like that of Britain’s Royal Courts of Justice hmcts.gsi.gov.uk

Domain Name: hmcts-gsi-gov.org.uk

Chris Soole

Registrant type:
UK Individual

Registrant's address:
wc2a 2ll
United Kingdom
Data validation:
Registrant contact details awaiting validation

eNom, Inc. [Tag = ENOM]
URL: http://www.enom.com

Relevant dates:
Registered on: 08-Mar-2014
Expiry date: 08-Mar-2015
Last updated: 09-Mar-2015

 He then set up his email address on the domain and pretended that the Registrar prison reportedly said that he was released on bail and must be dismissed.

Moore will be sentenced April 20 after admitting guilt on one count charge of escape from custody and eight counts of fraud. He was already facing charges of fraud when he made his escape after the personification of employees at big banks to convince financial companies fraudulently transfer of £1,819,000 (about $2,694,000).