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I have had many who have talked for some time. Most are easily spottedits the ones who talk for ages who are dangerous and cleaver i keep photos to remember most. Talking about friends and family not money for months. And then a sudden change? Grammar is another give away! I block report now quite early. But the best advice i would give someone is never ever give money.
Or agree to accept parcels! No service men! They are as i found out all scammers. I Was almost scammed but luckily caught on. I became suspicious and luckily, got online to get information about Date Site scammers.
Mine was the classic case and this person followed the profile to the T! I'm 70 years old, the lady that responded said she was She started out slowly but as our conversations continued over the next couple weeks, she became more romantically aggressive. She was the one that offered to meet. I agreed, and on the appointed day drove about 30 miles to meet her at a Restaurant. I had no sooner parked, was about fifteen minutes early, I received a text from her saying she had gotten tied up at a meeting and could not make it!
Ok, I contacted her the next day to set up another meeting but she informed me that she was packing and had to leave on a "business" trip to Maylasia. We continued to text each other once she had supposedly gotten to her destination. Then she texted me that she was in trouble, the hotel she was staying at had taken her passport because her bank had stopped honoring her card and she couldn't pay her motel bill.
I asked her a few questions on why the bank stopped honoring her card but she responded that it was because of her being out of Country. She had already been there for 5 days!
I kept asking and I could tell she was becoming more agitated that I wouldn't just agree to send her the money. She became real defensive saying that I didn't trust her and that how could we have a relationship if I wouldn't help her when she needed it. Finally I just told her NO! Haven't heard from her since! I live in Chile, South America. I was scammed in May this year, first on Facebook, later on Hangouts.
There was someone using name and public image of British celebrity Elizabeth Hurley. The scammer said that needed money for a charity work in Nigeria. At first I thought it was a good idea to help the cause, but later on this person became annoying, and asking for larger sums of money.
But the joke is far from ending. Some days later, this person promised that it would redeem my money back, a thing that isn't happening yet. There was another person serving as a complice for the scammer, and then she told me to make additional payments to a person in Nigeria again.
I stopped throwing my savings away with these idiots, they took my money around USD and my patience. So, people, be careful of social media.
Nigerian fraudsters use that intensively to get money from innocent and fragile people. The one scammer that I met, was sending me pictures of him and in one picture you could clearly see that he had a wedding band on. His wife was supposed to be a widow he had a child he was in the military overseas, the usual!
And I just continue talking to him. But I talked to him for quite a while and he said everything that I wanted to hear, you're beautiful intelligent This just happened right now and it refresh my memory of why I'm not supposed to really talk to people outside of the POF app.
I did some research and these are all very common behaviors especially the being in some branch of the service. I have a feeling that I am getting scammed now. The first time I started talking to this woman, she asked me for an iPhone 10xs max. I said I would send her one, but not going to, then she started asking for money to be sent to her.
She is supposedly a graduate student in Michigan. English is not her first language. I went on Google Earth and entered the address she gave me and came up with an apartment building.
I didn't get an apartment number, so I asked for one, instead of getting the apartment number, I was told just send it to the address and I will get it, that sent up the biggest flag for me.
Anyone I meet and start dating, I don't ask for money and would never think of asking someone for a phone. All the pictures she sent have been taken by someone else, not one selfie. Beware, if it sounds too good to be true, then it is. Was on a site a few month ago but deleted my profile since and was communicating with a gentleman. Claimed one night pm that he had an pm flight to Finland and was in the process of eating Thai food takeout and had to shower and still catch this flight.
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We exchanged pictures. He went on a business trip that was to last two weeks in Canada. I didn't hear from him for a few days. He then contacted through text message that he was in a hospital in Canada. His story was that he got off the plane got into a cab.
The cab took him to a house unknown.
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Three me beat, rob him of all documentations money credit card phone. He was in the hospital 2 months. He had knee surgery, two strokes. I was sent emails with pictures of him in ER from his doctor. He convinced the doctors I was his wife. He would text me on the doctor or nurse phone. During this time he kept asking me to send him money. I stop hearing from him for one month.
He said he had to leave the hospital and was staying with a friend and the friend had bought a phone for him. He asked me for He said he was looking for a small job to make money to fly home. Several days went by and I didn't hear from him. I sent a text telling him that I wanted a live video chat.
I pressured him to let me see who I was talking to. They sent me more pictures of themself. I demanded a video chat. They started getting angry and out of character at this point and called me the bitch word. The conversation turned worse. I told him I didn't think he was the person I thought he was. He told me that he didn't need me anymore that he arrived in Washington D C two days ago. All this time he had filled me with promises of marriage, that he loved me.
He was going to relocate to Florida where I live. The conversation got so bad that I deleted off the app hangout that we were text on. His words hurt me so much.
I have not heard from him in 21 days now. He has all my information. I tried checking for information on him. He lied about where he worked. I contacted the company he was suppose to work at.
He takes the conversation away from the dating site and bombards me with texts. The number he rings from has a Nigerian dialling code. Nigerian Dating scam aka Nigerian romance scam, the database of Nigerian dating scammers with Our site is absolutely FREE, friendly and clean of scam. While online dating sites work hard to eliminate scammers from their sites, Nigeria and Ghana are notorious for their scammers and hence most people.
I believe it was all a lie. It has broken my heart. My scammer said he was from Stuttgart, Germany and very quickly asked that we phone each other. I suggested WhatsApp and failed to notice that he didn't use the video but he mentioned it and told me he was too shy.
He told me 'I was the one' after 2 conversations and must remove myself from the dating site and he would do the same. I found everything weird and his accent didn't sound German, He then told me he was travelling to Turkey to get supplies for his incredibly successful furniture company.
When the plane landed he bombarded me with texts, One text said he was having difficulties with his online banking and by the way he was coming to visit me.
This was all in less than one week of first contact. He rang me from 'Turkey' and kept calling me 'Sweetie' and wanted to let me know he was having online banking problems. I told him to contact his head office in German - this angered him and he started shouting that I didn't understand German business procedures. When I told him never to ring me again he began to bombard me with texts again - how sorry he was to have shouted at me, etc.
I thought I had blocked him but he began ringing me at 2 and 3 in the morning. This time I successfully blocked him. The fabulous furniture shop etc in Stuttgart, doesn't exist. I just blocked a guy who claims he wants to marry me. Is a soldier in the United Peacekeeping mission in Syria. At first, it was innocent enough, and I spoke to him on Hangouts.
Of course now he has my email, but I blocked him, because next he will be asking for money. I had a similar experience with "Kate Stevens" just as recently as a day ago.
Pictures were sent and I verified them as fake belonging to former Miss Utah and Utah National Guard Sergeant Jill Stevensyet she insisted that she was who she said she was. After that, I asked for a video chat and we did that. Although similar to the picture, there were obvious differences with her appearance and no sound on her end. Last week I decided to head right outside of Austin Texas to turn off the cell phone and disconnect for a few days. Right before I left, she started hitting me up for an iTunes Gift Card.
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I didn't think anything of it and went on about my trip. Apparently my absence caused her to hit me with a number of messages asking about it and demanded a prompt response. Having discovered my "exhaustive point" with the charade while sitting at the campfire, I pulled the proverbial plug on our conversation when I returned from Austin.
With the people trying to claim to be military, there are a few things that you can do to call them out on it: 1. If they have time to sit on an online dating site while downrange, they probably aren't downrange. Most SpecOps members have regular military jobs and the likeliness of coming across an Operator online is less than that of being struck by lightning. Anyway, felt like telling my experience and give some pointers on how to avoid that stuff. Every woman I've ever begun talking to online to this point has asked me for everything from gift cards to shoes to sex toys.
Had one literally ask me for my Credit Card information I have been talking with a gentleman for several months now. Have become attached. He wants me to actually get his visit visa from Pakistan for him.
I am so confused. Please can you help me we FaceTime and talk on phone and text. He was on my Facebook. His fb name is Ali Azhar engineer. Please discontinue talking with this man! A true Pakistani man would never ask a woman for help financially because of their pride and culture!
I found you can lose bank accounts, investments and such even if you don't own them. There was an elderly guy in the nursing home who gave his daughter power of attorney over his bank accounts and investments. The daughter began to abuse these accounts, withdrawing lots of cash, gambling it, and playing the big shot with her friends. I got on a date site and met this smoking hot babe from Indonesia 21 years my junior. We went pretty fast and we soon began to talk about our future together here in the US.
I was asked to supply bank info to her so she could get her money out of her country. In short order I learned the bank accounts got closed and there were overdrafts, the investment house sent a letter wishing the client best wishes since these accounts got liquidated.
The owner of the accounts was all pissed. Now I'm seeing people can get their money back they lost over the internet. How do you do that even if the accounts weren't yours to begin with? Hi, I have met many scammers on line, They normally sweet talk you for months on end. Then say after 3 months they come up with all kinds of excuses about why they need cash. One chap claimed he was on a oil rig and His expensive digger equipment fell into the sea. As soon as I said I had no funds, He disappeared into thin air.
Another chap in New York, claimed he lost his wallet, he left it in a cafe apparently. So I said did you report it to the police? Another time the same chap "William Koch" claimed that he was in hospital and needed funds for a operation. Another us army officer claimed his son was ill and needed cash to help him. All these men disappear once they realise there is no money for them.
I find British men are even worse, because a lot seem to take pride in showing their private parts off. Its a shame that there is not a sex site where men pay up front before being rude and offensive to women. It makes it very difficult to meet a true genuine partner. So I recently started talking to a woman from Ghana who found my profile on a site We have video chatted a few times on Hangouts and it is the same person in the pics that were sent to me It took a couple of weeks before I was asked for money to pay for a passport renewal Then for a medical examination to be able to leave the country.
Reluctantly I sent the money with her promising to send me proof which she has done. Now though she is telling me that there is a police background check that she has to do and after that she can travel here to the states I have told her that I can not send anymore money as I am behind on bills and still getting my life together from a divorce earlier this year, she then says ok no worries and that she will figure it out Has not asked for any more money but still talks to me everyday and still video calls me I thought at first it was a scam but then little things seemed to real to be fake.
It has been 4 days since I told her no and she still gets ahold of me to talk and get to know each other better. She says her name is Sherry Walker and I have seen that name on scam reports but with different pictures and what not Keep in mind I have seen her quite a few times because we do video chat and is the same person in the pictures that have been sent Has anyone else here been contacted by a 27yr old with a certificate in accounting from Ghana named Sherry Walker?
Not sure what to do as I am not sending anymore money and she says she will figure it out Should I wait to see if she really does come up with it and comes here or should I cut her off? Other than the passport renewal nothing has been a flag and like I said she is willing to come up with costs on her own Is this normal in scams?
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Usually the scammers are using prerecorded videos of a nice woman, and are playing that video for you. And always it is some trouble with the webcam's microphone, so you could never conversate with the spoken word with "her".
You could easy check if the Hangout is in realtime. Ask "her" to put "her's" one, or both hands somewhere on "her's" face. If she wouldn't do that, or ask if you don't trust "her", then "she" is surely a guy playing with your feelings. Hang off. And don't get involved in further converstion. Remember also that when you are showing yourself on webcam, the scammer is surely recording you, to use your video to scamm other people, possible a lonely women.
So take precasuion that "she" is not prerecorded, before show yourself on a webcam. Watch out for military or police women.
Or any make that says he is a Legionnaires. I am one we where taught from selection to lie and steal. If a woman will not look up what your Regement is she real? Most soldiers will not give there picture out No Legionare will give his picture. It is not right to our Code of Conduct. And as I have said before, military personnel have financial backers, even if it is by mates. And when my uncle did die, The Legion was going to send me home And not on a CF A real airline, and I was in Chad when that happened, so I know that, but if a Canadian is not polite, not a Canadian!
And women No Canuk talks like than unless we are playing stupid to a Yanky. This has happened with me too! What should I do? Please help me. She is a scammer I should know I have used by a guy using ericrodi on instagram for money he has destroyed my life My name is Debbie from NY if you just want to talk my instagram is princessme send friend request t.
Nobody called me. Ericrodi is a scammer from Lagos Nigeria who has hurt me deeply his real name is Eric Olu akande.
He is not white like what he said my name is Debbie on instagram I am Missghettoville if you want to reach me. Dude the worst for me was a Ghana chick, or being on Victoria Hearts. Now my own profile is being used to scam women. And I hate that. She phoned me at in the morning and after a one chat, we agreed to speak to one another. Every single thing I wanted and lusted after she could fulfil. Did she like other women?
Oh yes and she gave me some Oscar winning sex talk. Did she like me? We met up and she was beyond beautiful a clone of the pop singer Amii Stewart. What could possibly go wrong? What gave it away? A total lack of any respect for my time, breaking appointments, not keeping her word, having excuses for everything and finally her blaming me when she was in the wrong.
Off she went. I've just been scammed by a guy he payed me compliments and told me he loved me and I believed him I fell in love with him stupidly had cybersex with him and told him a lot of info I got suspicious after he asked for money and he kept saying his phone battery was dying and he often left the conversation after I would not give him what he wanted the money the I tunes card he so wants I told him I can't afford to and I was depressed from him blanking me and making me feel guilty don't fall for it it's all crap block them please don't them get in to your heart and do what it's done to me I'm now so depressed and heartbroken a mess save yourself before it gets to serious.
I know in my heart he is a scammer but then I question myself. He asked me for a gift card and then to help with money and back to school supplies. I refused each time and blocked him on Hangouts but he texted me and promised he would never ask me for money again so I unblocked him.
It has got pretty steamy between us and he has sent me pictures of his private parts but I have refused to send any nude photos of myself. Is there any harm just going along with it for fun? I met this guy on the dating site a month a go. He said he is currently deployed i Nigeria. Just the way goes on getting to know each other process asking such questions. He said he was divorsed having a 3 year old daughter. He said he ia from SD.
His deployment will end this Oct. He also mentioned he was just connecting to his roommate's wifi. He call each other everyday via whatsapp but no video, since he saod is banned. I told him i could not raise it. He wanted me to send money to his commanders info. I said i cannot, he gave me a bitcoin code rather. Hope someone can check for me; I got his pictures that he sent if that is really him.
Name:Michael Bowman. Is this a scam. Soldiers make enough money I used to be one I know this, and we have financial assistance. My problem is I use my original email account. I get blamed as being a scammer and even blocked sometimes I've had a very similar experience.
My scammer is in the Italian Army based in Poland on deployment until next November. I sent nothing and stopped all contact. I've also reported this to the online fraud team here in the U. And closed down all my social media accounts as they had some personal data about me. How can I block someone that I think is trying to scam me on my email chat without this person knowing it hes always asking me to send him money,I think he also has a fake marriage certificate made up wanting me to sign of which I have refused I have refused to send any money but how can I block this person without him knowing it,he has lead me to believe he wants to marry me.
Never use your real and private e-mail when you are conversating with people you have never met. Register a new e-mail at Gmail, Hotmail or Yandex, only for "dating" purpose. Within a month, I have had two men try scamming me. The first ones' name was Francis P. He began by asking me to email him. He then asked me to close my dating site account, I am assuming that was to test my willingness to trust him. He always said he had work to do and couldn't meet with me but I e would soon.
He then only emailed and texted me when he only lived 20 mins away. He "couldn't" even meet me for coffee. He then tells me the next week that he will be in Germany for 6 weeks. He said both his biological parents were Italian, then why was his last name William. I seriously doubted he would be in any type of witness protection program. Btw, he told me he loved me within the first couple days.
Sent me pictures of his kids, everything. He video chatted with me for 50 seconds two or three times. Everyday his emails became more affectionate and racy. Finally around the third week he tells me a part for work was shipped broken and he had to gather as much money as possible to pay for a new one.
I also found a pic he sent me, he said HE took this pic. I found it on the internet. I reported him to the FBI. THEN, shortly after that, I got involved with another piece of garbage.
The name he used was Michael Asare. The picture was great, but later that night when he sent another photo it didn't match. Before that, he once again, asked me for my password, so that he could cancel my dating site. I said I will do it as its no big deal to reinstate on match. On the website it said, ND. I then asked him where he lived he said FL. He then said he was on business in Ghana. Had nasty attitude cuz I asked. Actor he thought he had smoothed things over he asked for my address.
I gave him someone else's address. He said he had a surprise for me. I acted all excited. As we were talking I am conducting research about him. Found 46 hits on a scammer website. I then cursed him out and called him a scammer and told him I was going to report him. I too have had the lovely pleasure of such scam artists. One a guy who was on an oil rig He never asked for money but wanted me to apply for him to come home on a leave The third is hard on me Was time to come home but government there wanted him to pay the income tax on the projected earnings before he left Good thing I am poor because I didn't have the money to send and told him so.
All three were sure I was the gal for them and that we would be together one day! OMGI think you and i were scammed by the same guy. This guy had salt n pepper colored hair and a goatee. The first guy you mentioned Did he go by the name Gary Osmond?
Wife died of breast cancer. On oil rig as a seismic interpretor? Has a son he leaves with nanny but won't say nanny's name. Yes, I was recently scammed by a man who claimed to be American.
He told me he was a civil engineer working in South Africa. He told me his wife had died from cancer. He also told me he wanted to marry me. I always suspected something was wrong. He asked for money help on the last e-mail. I called my sister and she reminded me it was a scam. I still had feelings for him, until that day. Please, be careful ladies. Scammers are looking for female victims, you say? Most scammers that have victimized me have been young females.
I met girl online skout app she gave me phone number I rang her she real she gave telegram messenger app we text each other all she wanted my money I look up Facebook no profile She want me transfer money into bank account she said she loves me want me is she scamming me money.
I'm writing because I have concerns that my aunt is currently being romanced by a scammer. She's 69, overweight, been divorced over 10 years, and hasn't dated at all in that time. She does have a 19 yr old daughter and has prob poured her time into that.
But, she started talking to a guy on Our time. Within a couple days of making a profile. She's never been on a dating site before. He also has told her he will be traveling to Mexico soon for work. I think she said he has a scrap metal business. She ate that up. He says he has a sister that has cancer here in Alabama that he says he helps care for. He has a foreign accent, speaks broken English, and says his family is of German descent.
He is younger, attractive, has photos he has sent her of a red Mercedes in front of a large home and of him driving a boat. I Google image searched all of his photos with little luck. But, 2 of the photos matched seemingly fake LinkedIn profiles for a man with a different name.
The guy on the profiles lives in LA, has a master's in engineering from Oxford, and is an account executive at the World Bank for 45 yrs. Believable, right? So, I sent those profiles to my aunt and she is supposedly done with him. Well he convinced her his former business partner embezzled all of his assets and scammed him. He told her that is also why he has no social media presence. She totally believes it.
We have tried to get her to video chat with him or to ask for a photo with her name and the date on it.How Scams Work - Online International Dating Schemes
She has refused. I think she wants to continue living in Lala land. We just don't know how to get through to her. The guy in the pictures is way too attractive and young for her, so she probably doesn't want to mess it up is my guess. I was like you've given him your address to send you a Teddy Bear and even if he is the guy in the photos he could be a criminal, convicted sex offender, etc.
She says "he's so genuine and honest". If I Google image search doesn't find the pictures you are researching, use the other reverse imaging sites, as yandex. I have found that you have to use all three search enginees, to get the best chance to find any unknown photos.
Remember also that make a new search some days after the first search. The image that the search sites find, is updated regulary. Hi, I had this guy, who suddenly appear in my facebook sending me a friend request. I checked his fb profile, and saw only very few post.
He told me, if we can chat on hangouts, so i said ok. He is a widower, he has a 12 yr old son. I was shocked because we did not know each other well.
I told him that I have a bf, and he never mind about it. He said he was si busy, he only gets a vacation once every 4months. I even uninstalled my hungots so that he cant disturb me anymore Yes that's a scammer.
Very good you spotted that he was from Nigeria. Everything else he told you was a lie. I got a women from Nigeria telling me she was searching and find me and thought it would be nice to get to know me. I didn't think nothing of it until she started to love me already. It's been 1 month into this. Who ever is behind all of this has spent a lot of money in data. She contacts me every day. She's a student, works at salon and runs jewelry business as well. The read Flag was that she said some guys came into the studio and said fornira she could get a visa to US.
You see all this is false the price is less than 60, Nira. I feel like this is such a waste of time. Then she send me a copy of her Nigerian passport. I have notice that it has errors in the spelling and birth year is looks like it was made from the number 6 instead of 9.
Goes to show you what they would do for the money. I confronted her about all of this but she said what am I talking about. I doubt she's be coming here real soon. Because they never do, if you don't pay for it but even if you do they still won't come because they no you will keep sending the money. Why leave your country to go and see the guy or girl sending you money for hopes, dreams and non-visit.
I therefore ask "her" to buy a webcam. And that I am pausing our conversation til I can see the person I am chatting with. Some of the "women" told me that they are working for UN i Syria, U. S Army and aren't allowed to use any webcam.
A funny "woman" asked me to send money to her, to buy a webcam. S, but we're living in U. I told her that I will buy her a webcam through a Internet-shop in U. K directly, if she give me her address where it could be delivered. But she insisted that she wanted me to send money. But I had some success. At last, I meet a local girl, to my surprise, living in my neighborhood. Beware of a scammer using the name Katie Morgan claiming to live in Orlando Florida and has a daughter named Vera.
This person will swear her undying love and may refer to you as her "King". If you say you're done with her she'll say she's going to commit suicide. May even tell you she's either in the hospital or just got out of the hospital. I was caught in a romance scam for over a year. This person told me they lived in another state but would not call. Money was sent to this person several thousand dollars, as they told me they were divorced after her ex abandoned her and her daughter.
After six months of being lied to this person "came clean" and told me her daughter was living with her aunt in the US and that her ex abandoned her in Nigeria with nothing but her luggage. Then I was told it had met a lady that she'd became good friends with named Nneka and that I could send money to her in the name Katie Morgan Nneka. That was the final straw and I've since stopped talking to this person and changed my phone number.
The're out there they want your money because they're the winner you are the loser. They have their own song about. Never give them money, they will do everything they can to get your money. I smart they will never get it. I would like to see one of them actually fly here. Western Union is suppose to ask you how long you know this person and protect you from sending the money. You don't know this girl she's a fake and lair.
They just want the money nothing else matters just the money! Are you really trying to offer another scam on an article that talks about how to be aware of scams? Recommend deleting this post above. In this article they suggest a search, for someone you think may be trying to scam you, says the search is free The next screen asks for a credit card number and which option you'd like to use?? Why did the previous screen say 'free' if it's not actually free.
That sounds like a scam right there. I'm in contact with a orthopaedic doctor, who tells me his in Ukraine, we've been chatting every day for some time now. He constantly tells me how much i mean to him, but don't they all?
Since joining a dating site, think I've had more scammers than hot dinners. I chat with him on viber, what should I do? Sounds like the best thing to do is just cease all contact.
All of that sounds like typical scam techniques, and it'll be easier to just cut off all communication. Wow that sounds very much like the man I've been talking to I met him on CatholicMatches. If he doesn't get the money he will lose the contract and not get paid for all his time, efforts and hard work and will not get paid as they will reassign the contract elsewhere.
I could go on but it sounds like we're taking to the same man Beverly that sounds a lot like this guy that is communicating with me. Brian Reynolds with a heavy accent.
Portuguese descent. Needed an iTunes card to continue to chat since his phone card was getting low and couldn't leave his job site to buy one. There are a million of them out there. Sounds like a man I met on Match. He is on an oil rig and lost some equipment.
Wanted me to send money to help pay for it. Now he is asking me to send money to help his daughter supposedly. Hmmm wonder if he is the same man. Reading these posts I'm shocked to see how much scamming seems to be "a thing" now days.
I've had two attempts made on me in the last 3 months; and luckily I didn't fall for it. I met the first one on FB and only accepted his friend request because we had a friend in common. I went to his timeline to see who the friend was, and it was a childhood friend I've known since the 3rd grade.
Strange though Now after this has happened again, and the 2 men sounded like the same man probably was ; I've been online the last two days looking at sites like this one It's amazing how we can become attached to, and really start to care about someone just through conversation!
My friends kept telling me to watch out, and I said that he hadn't asked me for money as the first one had. Lo and behold 2 days later he asked if I could send him an ITunes card, I though that wasn't asking for much considering he's out at sea, etc Then 4 days later last night he wanted a lot more, for a seemingly good reason, but when I told him no, he turned very cold, where before, he was madly in love and couldn't wait to meet, that I was the best woman that he'd had the good fortune to meet, yada yada yada.
Luckily I wasn't taken for more. So I know much more now after going to these sites on how to spot and avoid scammers, but it's just too emotionally draining ; I went to the Catholic dating site where I met him and opted out on renewing my subscription. Mine expires in November and I will not be renewing it.
I'm very wary now about meeting someone online who is honest and trustworthy, who wants a relationship and not money. Well I wish everyone luck, just be very careful out there in cyberspace. Too bad the old saying is true I feel ya sister!!! Same thing. Brian Reynolds. Probably stole those pics. Told him no to iTunes card.
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I did the dumbest thing ever. I actually started talking to man through his email. He was going to be leaving the site soon etc. With in seven days we had 48 pages of emails. None of his information could be verified.
A meeting had been set up, but postponed because he had to go to the UK on business. He knew I had no money up front, why keep up the front?
He claimed to be pretty wealthy, but when I checked where he said he lived, it was cockroach infested apartments in very bad section of town.