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BC's highest court has rejected a bid by a North Shore con artist to have multiple convictions overturned.
Last summer, Kaymar Jahanrakhshanwas sentenced to three and a half years in prison for buying several vehicles and a boat using stolen credit card information.
The 33-year old - found guilty of 40 charges - was hoping for no time behind bars, but BC Supreme Court Justice Greg Bowden said a strong sentence was suitable because he didn't show any remorse for his crimes.
The BC Court of Appeal has upheld that decision after Jahanrakhshan failed to prove investigators did not properly produce records into evidence during the trial.
The fraudulent credit cards used to buy the luxury items were issued by banks from Cyprus, Brazil, France, Portugal, Luxembourg and Britain.