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Ghosting is the act where an ex-friend or partner simply disappears from a loved ones life by ending all contact with them without warning or explanation.
A survey released by the dating site Plenty of Fish in 2016 found that 78 per cent of single Millennials - or people between the age of 18 and 33 - have been 'ghosted' at least once.
Fair denied all the charges but was found guilty at Ipswich Crown Court.
Sentencing, Judge Martyn Levett told him: 'You could easily be described as a modern-day lothario who presents himself as extremely attractive, attentive, gentle and caring.'However, beneath your charming exterior there is a rather haughty, unfeeling, dishonest scoundrel.'He added: 'You cynically exploited women that you met on these dating websites.'You lied about your history, your financial position, encouraged them to trust you, and then took money from them.'Fair took £2,820 from one woman who thought she was paying for a holiday to New York and Hawaii and pocketed £300 from another for a helicopter lesson that never took place.
'It's also worth remembering that some people use dating apps purely as a vanity exercise.
They they just want to know they are attractive to other people.'Breadcrumbing follows on from the term 'ghosting' which found its way into our vocabulary in 2015.
Elvis Fair, 52, told his impressed victims he was a former high-flying RAF officer and businessman and had access to a helicopter, a court heard yesterday.
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