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Looking to start a new relationship? For some, that may mean meeting a new love interest online. Millions of Americans use dating sites, social networking sites, and chat rooms to meet people. And many forge successful relationships. But scammers also use these sites to meet potential victims. They create fake profiles to build online relationships, and eventually convince people to send money in the name of love.
Unfortunately, an online love interest who asks for money is almost certainly a scam artist. Below are some tips to identify a real romance versus a scammer cruising for a target. Please share this information with others. Victims may be embarrassed to talk about their experiences, but you can help. It would be great if these could be generated in an easily printed format.
I work at a credit union - and have member's falling for these types of scams regularly. This would be nice to get in their hands. We have a pdf of the infographic that you can print and share. Thank you. The man who scammed me money three years ago, contact me again, he said he was sorry and will repay the money to me. Of course, I know he is lying, what should I do? My case was reported to police three years ago, but finally closed file by police for further investigation impossible.
If you were scammed by someone, and you get a call about a refund, that call is probably also a scam. Someone claiming to be cruise ship owner has asked me to buy an iTunes card for the purposes of fixing the ships internet. How valid is this? Is it this person also? He goes by Captain Johnny Freeman. Why would a cruise ship captain need your money?
The company pays for that out of their revenues Obviously a scam Has anyone been contacted by a German man named John G. I have been contacted by a German man using the name John Aleksio. Please tell me some of the things he has been Blonde woman search online relationship advice you. He suppose to be an architect. As soon as we started chatting he had a big job in Turkey. There has been one thing after another.
I have denied anything he ask for but he still continues to call from a turkey. He suppose to finish job this week than come back to states. That is a lie. Don't believe it. I experienced it before. They will wait for you to send money. Then you are done. There will be no trace of that man.
Need help, need to break it off now, asking for money Totally sounds like the guy who goes by David Reyhan Wolfgang that tried to scam me out of money today. Met him on Words With Friends. Supposedly from Norway, living in San Diego. Wife died 3 years ago. Asked for euros from me. He is one smooth operator. A man named Duke beliant oil rigger at Total for 19 years connected me via Linkedin and asked me to hangout messenger.
He said he fall in love with me after some day chatting. I also feel love him because he all say very nice words to me. He asked me to call him but then he say just call, not video call. We chat and call everyday. Sometime Blonde woman search online relationship advice asked me about my job and internet banking, or whether the bank is opened or not during covid restriction.
He only have so he have to borrow. I realized that he would be a scam so i did not send him. He said i have no human heart to help when he is in trouble. I said I never send money to a person just meet online. He know my gmail. I blocked him in hangout. Hope he will not come back. I met someone on match. He said he was from Belgium but retiring to the location I was at after HIS project on the oil rig ended. Contact stopped.
All from different European countries, but lived in U. All independent contractors, self-employed, widowed, all on oil rigs I immediately saw a pattern and blocked them. After reading your story, which, thank you for sharing, I see these scammers are truly out there.
Thank you for sharingI had talk a with someone and almost the same story. He ask me for 21, To complete the payment of his machine. After reading the story that you shared I open my eyes that this armando is a scammer. I will not send him 20, Hi dear. I have also fallen for scam and I think this guy is the same one. I met someone on facebook that friended me. Got me to fall in love with him. He lived in California got a contract on oil rig. Said he's in Brazil on oil rig.
Started asking for Google play cards. I pleaded that I couldn't give up my life savings being a single grandmother raising 2 grandkids ony own. He said as soon as his company pays him he will give me money back. Life like that really sucks. He is from Europe originally.
His name is Mark Dexter. I had a gentleman get a hold of me on plenty of fish and he began talking to me and asked me to go to Google hang out which I did and he talked and sweet talk to me for eight or nine months and never asked me for money but sweet talk to me to the point that I offered to him and he said he was paid in gold in the UK gold bars And he asked to ship it to my address and the US even talk to my daughter on the phone and said he had two girls and that he left me that it just went all out and ended up breaking it off with him because I felt that this was not real and I was going to help him ship this so-called gold bars to the United States but he sent me some fake s from the shipping placeAnd he was German and his name was William Smith but that could probably be his real name or not if anybody Blonde woman search online relationship advice had this same experience please let me know.
I was told a familiar story by a Sgt. He asked if he could ship it to my address but the parcel was held in Turkey Customs for not honoring shipping instructions. I did not send any gift card and now he disappeared on hangouts after claiming he still loves me and would chat later.
He makes the person feel bad about not helping him. Have been in a relationship with a guy who calls himself Harry Mayer, he sent me a friend request on fb from there we went to hangouts 8 months ago. I really fell for this guy. For the past four months he has been perfect. Yes, agree. Anyone know why they asking my banksome one transfer the money to my and then I transferred back to his ? It sounds like the man I have been talking with for 3 weeks. He says he is an engineer on an oil platform, in the Gulf of Mexico.
He says there was a big explosion, two men injured, drill broken. Sound familiar? He wanted me to agree to let his Cutts bank trans. I did not give him any money. I ended the relationship yesterday. I told him in an that I knew he was a criminal and that I knew he was using me as a mark.
It hurts though. Said he was Swiss and moved to States with wife, she is dead, adult son. He is a very good looking older man. Mustache, beard, glasses, green eyes blond hair. He says he is 75, but looks closer to He told me his name was Don Sergio Alberto, which is certainly not his real name. This guy could get you into a lot of financial trouble or legal trouble, if he is laundering money. Stay away from him. I am actually in the same Blonde woman search online relationship advice right now.
He is 55 and started by sharing with him his big contract with millions of euros. Said they are working on an oil rig. We met on a Christian dating site and he asked me to leave. Said he is an only child, has a daughter back in the states whose mother left when she was young.
Already wants marriage and to come to where I am residing in Asia. Says he is in Turkey. But just this week he had one of his employees made an error which then caused an explosion. So now he is asking for USD so that his insurance company can replace his important machine that was burnt. He sent me his passport and I want to believe him but am not sure how to verify his identity and all. We have only dated a week and never video called. This sounds similar to my story! Michael Joe, 45, blonde, blue eyes, gorgeous, Engineer on a rig in China! From LA has 2 sons. Wife cheated with his bf, divorced 5 yrs.
Supposed to come home any day now, for the 3rd time now!
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