• Conviction - trvlinguy@ymail.com - Henderson, Nevada

    - Chatlog Conviction -
    File originally posted on 5/3/2016 2:30 PM PST [Link to File]
    Report made 5/3/2016 2:30 PM PST

    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:37:06 PM): what fun work u doing today?
    trvlinguy@ymail.com (06/02/11 2:37:30 PM): just looking for buyers for a company I have for sale
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:37:42 PM): oooh cool. what kinda company?
    trvlinguy@ymail.com (06/02/11 2:37:54 PM): medical records software
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:00 PM): oh
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:04 PM): how much you selling it for?
    trvlinguy@ymail.com (06/02/11 2:38:11 PM): $19 million
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:22 PM): woah dude, thats like a lota $$$$$$$$$
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:28 PM): u really think somone's gonna buy it?
    trvlinguy@ymail.com (06/02/11 2:38:32 PM): yup
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:38 PM): oh ok, wow
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:41 PM): i wish i had that kinda money
    trvlinguy@ymail.com (06/02/11 2:38:45 PM): just closed another for $10M
    katierella1013 (06/02/11 2:38:53 PM): freals? wow

    Long-time readers will know that we generally laugh at claims like this in chat logs, because 99.9% of time they are nothing but lies told to impress a gullible child. Paul M. Carman is the exception. Paul, 65 years old at the time of his chat, had quite the successful career. At the time of his arrest, he was the Senior Vice President for North America and Partner of Document Boss, a company that started in Europe. Carman spearheaded the launch of Document Boss throughout North America. Despite his claims in chat, Carman has a wife and grown children, as well as grandchildren. His son is a successful attorney in Las Vegas.

    This wasn't the first time Carman hit up one of our contributors in chat, but this time Carman was arrested and charged with 29 felonies for his chat with retired site contributor Camille Bloch. Carman was fined $1,500 with 120 days in jail and 36 months probation. He is allowed no chatroom internet access and must complete a sex offender treatment program.

    This is our 608th conviction since June of 2004.