Coghill The Con

Thomas Coghill, Jr. - Con Man, Convict, Conspirator

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Coghill the Con


If you have information about fraudulent activites by Coghill, you may leave it here to be forwarded to the FBI, or you may write to:

Special Agent Jim Lamb
675 Peter Jefferson Parkway
Charlottesville, Virginia 22911

Thomas E. Coghill, Jr. is a liar, a thief, and a con man. In August of 2005, he pled guilty to two counts of fraud, and in March of 2006 was sentenced to 30 months in Federal Prison.

While operating no fewer than 8 companies in Virginia, he defrauded a Maryland lender and a Virginia lender out of 3 million dollars by forging documents, writing phony deeds of trust, securing debt with property owned by others, securing debt with property that had no equity, and shifting money from investor to investor in order to remain undetected.

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Bad Day in Florida

Hi Don,

A small victory in the scheme of things but it has to hurt that empty soul Coghill more than his stay at Club Fed that someone, or something, could reach out and touch him like VISA did. His merchant account is light by $899 today.

I hope you and yours are doing fine and living well. It is the best revenge. Thank you for creating this site and I will be checking back time to time.

Posted by Joe Linder on April 10, 2013 at 11:42am — 1 Comment

Never buy a bike from a con-artist

I found this site as a result of trying to learn something about Fat Sand Bikes in Florida. I wanted to find out what I could about FSB because I was jacked around after initiating a transaction to purchase a $899 bicycle from them. I have cancelled that transaction and have lodged a Transaction Dispute with VISA. I have documented emails and phone calls pertaining to the incident and in short, this is the story:

While on the Oregon coast a couple weeks ago we saw a gentleman riding…


Posted by Joe Linder on April 8, 2013 at 3:33pm


     In a rambling, disconnected 10 page letter to your author, Coghill declares his service to God, ("I have decided to serve God and his wants and needs and not mine") and revealing that he has now read the Bible "going on three times".  In the letter he lays out his plans for the future, including:

     - Vowing to set up a web site to document his future good deeds, including a 2000 mile bike ride to raise money…


Posted by Don Melcher on June 20, 2011 at 9:29am

Coghill Letter posted, with two page reply from Melcher

Review Coghill's 10 pages of nonsense in the photo section... and my reply.

Posted by Don Melcher on June 17, 2011 at 4:47pm

A Book for Hungry Children?

How about hungry investors who were duped by this conman? What is the title - How I Screwed My Best Friends and their Families ! This is totally sickening - I hope you, Don, can get him another sentence that keeps in jail. He should be forced to pay restitution for the rest of his life to all the people who lost so much needed money. I almost feel sorry for his family members, if there were any, who lost out also.

Posted by Mary Alice Wentworth on May 10, 2011 at 11:54am — 1 Comment




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