|I think there is something wrong with the laws in your country, if a person can keep scamming innocent victims without any persecution.
Just thought I'd look up on this old thread to see what happened while I was away. As it turns out, not much..
The laws exist...the problem is that when victims got their stuff back (a lot of them after I had communicated with Jeremy and pressured him into repaying) they simply gave up. If they all got together, filed in affidavits and submitted them to the proper authorities in Texas, then he would have faced a minimum of six months in jail. People shouldn't stop after they've got their stuff back, they should take steps to prevent this from happening to others...at least that's my opinion.
It is a bit pathetic that over 10 FBI Internet Fraud complaints were filed on him, over a period of at least two years, and nothing happened. Makes me think that the website is just a PR thing or something... (or simply that they're woefully underfunded, but if the government decides to provide a service, they should make sure it's at least reasonably adequate for the job.)