August 6, 2022:
Information coming into Wikifrauds indicates that Terry Eldridge
conman and not to be trusted. We do know that he issued a cheque for
$30,000 which was dishonored twenty times, and that Eldridge refused
to communicate with the person to whom the cheque was issued. It was
payment for a Pegasus recreational vehicle, which the owner has never
again. The RV was valued at approximately $400,000. Hereunder is the
cheque and the notice from the bank returning the unpaid cheque. Terry
Eldridge cannot deny this fact, much as he might try. The payee's name
has been redacted for privacy reasons. When we advised Eldridge that we
had published the cheque below, he replied with the email below right.
Issueing this cheque whilst in bankruptcy and with the full knowledge
that it would be returned unpaid, is an offence, and when goods are
obtained in exchange for a valueless cheque, it is plain and simple
We also know that Eldridge is tied up in a scam and unfunded joint venture with serial fraudster Leslie Matthew Cheers
on properties located at Beaudesert QLD. Cheers is a twice convicted
and twice jailed
Latest development August 7, 2022:
An enraged Eldridge on being alerted to this webpage, today rang the
person to whom he issued the fraudulent chcque, and told him "you're fucking dead"
He repeated that threat several times. The matter has been reported to
police, and is now on record on this page.
Further, when we suggested that if he honoured the fraudulent cheque he
could come off our website, his reply to us by email was simply "Piss off cunt . . "
. What a nice little man.
as one of his friends. This lot should start a "Scumbags of Australia
Club". Eldridge's responses to Wikifrauds in several emails just
There are many more similar emails.Eldridge has lost all control of his
faculties. The sad fact is that his son was killed by his girlfriend
some yeasr ago. She went to jail for murder. All Eldridge wants to do
is strike out at anybody who gets up his nose, like Wikifrauds has.
However, his grief does not excuse the fact that he issued a fraudulent
cheque well before the loss of his son.