However, this regime has fallen into disrepute because many victims, some of whom have lost huge sums, are never contacted by the police.
‘These sites are an important service for buyers and sellers, but con artists are profiting from them too.
John Farmer, prosecuting, said when police attended the address and carried out a search they found heroin with a street value of £400 and cocaine and cannabis.
Shears, of no fixed address, and Seymour, of Gentry Place, Norwich, both admitted handling stolen goods.
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Victims of online crime are invited to report the case to Action Fraud, which collects the details and passes some of them on to local police forces.
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Shears also admitted possession of heroin with intent to supply and possession of cocaine and cannabis.
He also admitted stealing a jar containing staff tips amounting to £15 to £20 from the Cafe Bar Marzano at Norwich’s Forum, after he was caught on CCTV taking the cash. Seymour, who admitted allowing her premises to be used for drugs and handling stolen goods was given a 12 month community order and ordered to pay £30 compensation to the victim of the bike theft.