Its a sad day for all snooker players, Steve Davis has retired from playing professional snooker!
I once played him at Gloucester in front of an audience of about 1500 people with all the lights etc, I had a professional referee (Ron Smythe).
I was on just before the half time break, the game didn’t last long he soon beat me hands down.
Went to the Haynes Motor Museum in Sparkford in September 2016, had a great day out looking at all the old cars, motor cycles, scooters and cars from other counties. Well worth a visit if your in the area and don’t forget to take your cameras with you!
I’ve seperated the videos into two parts for you, which you can see below.
How does the scam work?
Victims are cold called, usually by phone and told that there is a problem with their computer and for a nominal fee the suspect can fix it. The suspects often claim to be working with Microsoft who have identified that the computer has been infected with a virus and offer an update or fix.
The victims are talked through the logon steps in order for the fraudster to gain remote access to the computer. The victims will then often witness the mouse moving and changes being made to the display. They then pay a fee (anything between £100 and £300 has been reported to Action Fraud) and are told the problem has been resolved.