The language of the mail fraud statute remained unchanged for 100 years. It wasnt until 1994 that Congress expanded and enhanced the statute as part of the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, inserting new language into Section 1341 that reads or deposits or causes to be deposited any matter or thing whatever to be sent or delivered by any private or commercial interstate carrier. Con artists who try to circumvent the mail by using private interstate couriers are no longer exempt from the law, as the 1994 Crime Bill amended the mail fraud statute to include them. The mail fraud statute can now be used for items sent through the U.S. Mail, as well as FedEx, UPS or other interstate carriers and couriers.
Yeah guys bomberboy is gordon my friend rides with him. He told me his name and i put two to two together, Gordon = bomberboy, don't buy any of his stuff you will screw you too. Just a heads up. And to any of those that are wondering the guy i sold the pedals to recieved them yesturday, and deleted the thread, so im not a scamer.
Pink bike, is not half as bad as what you did to that poor kid gordon, what is funny is that this happend before you evan became bomberboy11, and no one knows its you. You are a scammer, and i think you should die.
Would this apply on an agreement to send wheels for a fork, but the fork never showed up. There is a good story I suppose, but it was, hey sorry, I'll paypal you the $10 difference and then nothing else. Supposedly it was shipped, but who knows?