He told his 35-year-old victim that he was a commanding officer in the Royal Marine Intelligence Corp, his family were wealthy and owned an import/export company at Southampton Docks and had inherited a property in Canford Cliffs.The victim and her mother were both 'smitten with him', the court heard.In January 2016, Langley told the two women that he was due a big payout from his family business, but he needed some short-term cash to help him with his property development ventures.
Spruce's dating profile says he is a "non-smoker with an athletic body type, under 5ft", whose likes include "seafood and swimming" and his favourite bands are "Reel Big Fish and Noah and the Whale".
It states he is looking for "a partner for life who I can make some little chicks with, as I'm a family man at heart".
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Langley used dating websites to meet and befriend women, gain their confidence and persuade them to loan him money.
The court was told that Langley met one of his victims on the dating website Plenty of Fish in December 2015 four days after his release from prison for similar fraud offences.
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