–> Meet Simon Macbeth 🙂 <–
Last week I noticed I’d started getting comments on my original Simon Macbeth post, so I Googled his name to see if I was ranking and it was on Page 1. Then, I noticed the original website that exposed him as a dirty scammer was gone;
Surely he’s not had Google remove the website?
I felt the need to email the website creator and ask if Simon Macbeth had in fact been a douche and had the website removed from Google or something?
In actual fact, the website creator was arrested on suspicion of harassment because of the content on the website. He accepted a caution as he didn’t want to go to court & pay for a defence, he accepted it on that basis alone and through no admission of guilt or wrong doing. The police were very reasonable with him, I think they could see how ridiculous the situation actually was.
A few days later he received an email from Simon Macbeth to his work despite being under strict orders not to speak to him;
Hope you’re well after an eventful weekend.
Thinks he’s funny doesnt he. His attempt at spelling next is funnier 😉
I’m going to give you an opportunity to move on from your unhealthy obsession with me.
Some time ago you asked what other 2 Court cases I intent to issue against you. They are for damaged coursed by your harassment and damages coursed by the defamation.
*Caused. Have you turned your spelling/grammar checkers off you moron?
It is my intention to seek £43,000. You kindly admitted the harassment to the Police and the defamation will not be easy to prove.
I think there is enough online proof proving Simon Macbeth is a thieving dirty scammer so as to justify why the site author did what they did. It wasnt unprovoked and none of it was untrue. The truth hurts, Simon. Maybe stop being a massive dick? That may discourage people from wanting to share their stories about you?
The existing court case I have against you for around £2700 will go in my favour, despite your lame attempt of a defence and nonsensical counter claim.
Sounding confident here like he knows what decision the Judge is going to make.
Don’t count your chickens, Simon 😉
In full and final settlement of all 3 cases I will accept £12,500. This is in full and final settlement of any and all cases relating to pass events. You have 7 days to accept my offer or I will take further action against you.
Did you type that with your feet, Simon? My blog is far from perfectly spell checked and grammatically correct but i can spell “Past” for gods sake hahah 🙂
Simon M. Macbeth
The middle M stands for Marzipan. His parents were very cruel.
Needless to say, the original website author ignored this unofficial pointless collection of words and numbers and got on with his life, when two weeks later this arrived from one of Simon Macbeths current shagpieces’ email accounts, and had been sent to the authors main works email account;
RE: XXXX XX
Last month Mr XXX received a Police Caution for Harassment. Mr XXX is subject to the provisions in the SRA Handbook.
Think you need to get some help from someone that knows how to read before making such bold statements, Simon! 😉
The SRA Code of Conduct applies to managers, owners and employees of the firms that the SRA regulates and therefore would apply to Mr XXX. Chapter 10 of the code requires “you” to “report to the SRA promptly, serious misconduct by any person or firm authorised by the SRA, or any employee , manager or owner of any such firm”. I consider that such a Police Caution for Harassment fits the criteria of “serious misconduct” and therefore the matter must be reported.
You dont employ people do you, Simon? Lets look at the definition of “Serious Misconduct”;
“Serious misconduct is behaviour, on the part of an employee, which is so bad that it destroys the employer/employee relationship, and merits instant dismissal without notice or pay in lieu of notice.”
Still think that Mr XXX’s actions can be considered to be “Serious Misconduct”? Nah, didn’t think so.
In addition it is my opinion that it is wholly inappropriate for Mr XXX to remain employed by a legal firm.
Haha, and they should give a shit about your opinion because…..?
The circumstances of the Harassment are: Mr XXX entered into a contractual relationship with a 3rd party. When this relationship broke down Mr XXX then took it upon himself to blackmail the 3rd party.
Err, what? Blackmail? So how come Mr XXX hasn’t been arrested for attempted blackmail and given 14 years in prison? What is it about these scammers and the “Blackmail” word? They can give it all day long can’t they, but as soon as someone stands up and fights back they go all defensive.
Man up, losers!
Mr XXX told the 3rd party that he would send defamatory statements to others if the 3rd party did not cease their rights under said contract.
Hahahahahaha. Im sure that was more of a throwaway comment after you were totally unreasonable about something that could have been very easily resolved. In this world of red tape and cover-ups its nice to have an outlet like the internet where strong minded people like me and Mr XXX can speak our minds.
Mr XXX went on to post online hundreds of defamatory statements about the 3rd party causing the 3rd party to be seriously harassed.
Awww babas. I picture pitchforks and torches and an angry mob outside his house. If only haha.
Also he made one website with a few pages – the internet did the rest. Mr XXX is not responsible for the comments from the 1000’s of unhappy customers.
Statements that included the 3rd party was a paedophile, child rapist, fraudster as well as a statement that included the 3rd party should be physically harmed.
Again, you can’t hold a website owner accountable for the comments posted by a 3rd party.
The truth hurts, Simon.
These statements where seen by over 100,000 people (according to Mr XXX himself)
*were. Maybe stop being a wanker and people will stop slagging you off online?
My complaint is twofold
Your complaint is also complete bullshit.
1) That you have not reported this matter to the SRA
2) That you still employ Mr XXX.
Around the same time Mr XXX’s workplace got the above email, their company website also started being DDOS attacked to the extent it got taken offline for a while. Some websites are not set up with the security required to defend off such attacks so it can cause lots of problems. Im waiting to hear back from their IT department about what they find in the server logs. Should be interesting!
So to summarise, Simon Macbeth has tried to get this guy arrested for simply speaking the truth & making a website which attracted 1000’s of other comments from people who’d also been ripped off or scammed by him. He then tried to have him SACKED from his job and shut the company website down that Mr XXX works for.
Ironic really – he’s claiming this guy owes him £12,500 in damages and then tries to get him sacked from his job? You’ve got a sure-fire rock-solid plan there, Simon!
And I think that when you look at the situation as a whole, there is more evidence to suggest that Simon Macbeth himself has been a dirty little sneaky bastard and tried more under-hand tactics against Mr XXX than Mr XXX ever did to him. Im sure a court of law would agree too, especailly after the two emails I featured here and what followed them in the form of DDoS attacks.