Jason Pitcock, ebay scam, Texas, eBay Fraud

I was looking through the access logs on my blog here and I happened to notice more than one search for Jason Pitcock.

Yes, this low life scum bag managed to swindle me out of a tidy sum of money a couple of years ago which my grandfather had left to me in his will, by masquerading as a legitimate ebay seller with some good Apple computer kit to shift.

Needless to say the kit never arrived and I was one of about sixty folk who fell for his scam auctions. The FBI are now chasing his backside, and I seriously hope this evil piece of bottom dwelling pond scum gets his come-uppance.

There is a whole forum dedicated to chasing this man, and whilst it is a bit of a self-help group, it serves to warn the world that dealings with Jason Pitcock, from Texas, are likely to cause you grief.

It *was* here:
http://www.nails.ch/msgboard/

But now seems to have moved to btselectronics.com which was one of the original trading names that Pitcock used.

Feel free to join the group, and feel even more free to say that you know the man, and even better, know how to deliver some justice in his direction. He has got away with over $100,000 as far as I can tell, and looks set to just get clean away with it. This can’t be right – there needs to be some natural justice in this matter… I’d be happy to hear from anyone so disposed to deliver.

Edit – 21st march 2006 – I received a link swap request from what appears to be a legitimate fraud watch website. Oddly, the URL has a redirect:

http://www.stuartinteriors.ltd.uk/dir/redir.php?url=http://www.fraudwatchernetwork.com/

Now, if this site does indeed warn folks about potential ebay scams and fraudulent activity I’m all for it! Click http://www.fraudwatchernetwork.com/news/ebay-fraud-blog.html if you wish to visit that site.

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6 thoughts on “Jason Pitcock, ebay scam, Texas, eBay Fraud

  • 28 January, 2006 at 12:04 am
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    Hey Hal, sorry to hear about your situation with Jason.
    I was hoping you would tell me what you think about a new payment service I am helping develop.

    It’s going to be easy and cheap like PayPal, but have the security of an Escrow service on any size transaction.

    It’s not quite ready yet, but when a beta version is, may I contact you again? I want to see if it is something you would use.

    Please let me know if you would like a look at the Beta site.

    Thanks,

    -Jeff

  • 8 February, 2006 at 11:24 pm
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    Yep – happy to help with whatever, really. Not sure what use I can be, but send me the info when ready and I’ll see what I can do… just don’t expect me to send money 😉

  • 27 February, 2009 at 8:44 pm
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    Mike – thanks for that. I’d be delighted to help you catch Pitcock and prosecute him to the full extent of the law. He has seemingly escaped all notions of justice so far, and I’ll be at the front of the line of people keen to see some repayments!

  • 12 December, 2009 at 2:40 pm
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    You’ll never catch him and the FBI could care less to help you. He’ll keep living free making money off of people he can scam.

  • 12 December, 2009 at 3:23 pm
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    Hang on – one comment tells me he is operating under the email ‘macjay77@gmail.com’ and then I get a comment form that very email address.

    Jason Pitcock is a lowlife piece of bottom dwelling pond scum, who hasn’t got long to go. He can keep on scamming as much as he likes – his time will come. Sooner or later, his time will come.

    Macjay – if that’s you, Jason, you have every reason to stay behind a pseudonym.

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