It seems that fraudsters are not having a good day; one by one they fall and fall hard they did. After Nigerian Scammer Edna Fielder falls comes Elda Beguinua the Contessa de Kulasa or claiming to be a contessa, a Filipina who claims to be of royal lineage, like maybe a grand royal delusion when she dyed her hair blond. Elda Beguinua, Contessa de Kulasa’s tall tale surely beats Eddie Gil’s (a nuisance Philippine presidential candidate) claims of having so much money in his promise to pay off the Philippines billions of US dollar foreign debt. Kulantra errr kulasa ooops ‘contessa’ Elda Beguina's staggering worth as she claims makes her billionairess many times over with family fortunes scattered and languishing in the vaults of 53 banks across 37 countries. Blondie ‘Barefaced Contessa” Elda Beguinua’s "worth" is just around the “£300 followed by 41 noughts (zeroes), holy crap she is not just a billionaire but a “tredicillionaire” to borrow the kulasa’s own word, whatever that means, lol.
The Bogus Contessa operates similarly with Nigerian 419 Scam using the classic “advance fee” but the similarity stops there. Unlike the elusive Nigerian Scammers she operates openly with audacity complete with “royal” pomposity shopping at Harrods dressed to impressed with signature brand items (a likely ‘joke only’ a lingo used to connote fakes) being driven around in a chauffeured Rolls Royce complete with bodyguards. Fond of eating (her plump size tells it all) at expensive restaurants even though she has cooks and maids, courtesy of those she victimized to the tune of £2.3 million.
“Baroness Contessa” Elda Beguinua, 63 years old was convicted and jailed for 2 years 11 years ago in 1997 in which she had attempted to defraud British financial institutions out of £16 trillion. Upon her release learned her lessons that banking institutions are not easy targets so she immediately went about this time around spinning her outrageous scam preying on vulnerable individuals out of their life savings.
So audaciously brazen was this fraudster thinking she could persuade even the court into believing her tall tales. Her testimony is so full of illusions, so outrageous in her claim of wealth from her “descendants” in the so-called “Galleon trade” and “bartering” profits in the 1800’s accumulated bullions of gold 57 times the total mined worldwide for the last 150 years is just not going to fly but she still insist is just amazingly unfathomable. Heck, what is she thinking or better yet like other delusional criminal who is so used to her lies that she in the end believes what she spun. Sounds familiar is it not? Most typical corrupt politicians display this kind of behavior who seems to have a hard time separating self-concocted illusions from reality.
She will likely get deported back to the Philippines and I should say that the trapos (traditional politicians) should exert all efforts to stop the British government from sending her back. Not yet anyways, maybe keep her in jail a little longer like 20 years or more, so that she is too old to do anything once she gets out and deported. For one she has the “qualities” of typical scamming political leaders in the Philippines and that is the last thing the country needs…… another scam artist making a joke and helping themselves in the government coffers. If fraudsters can stay put in their “elective positions” despite their questionable mandate ruling the nation with ease what more with a scammer like the “Baroness Contessa” de Kulasa, oh please keep her in the UK prison, spare us the agony and have mercy on the Filipino people………. and what does she have to say after all this? She claims she will be vindicated and prove them wrong as her £250million slice of the "family fortune" was soon due to her, ayayayay enough already I can't take it anymore........
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