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Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. They profess their love quickly. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Why all of the tricks? The scammers transfer stolen money into the new , and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country. Here are some warning s that an online love interest might be a fake.
They ask you to:. Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common. There may be tens of thousands of victims, and only a small fraction report it to the FTC. If this happens to you, please report it at ftc. I googled his name and found this - no big surprise.
I get 3 scammers to every real person. His name is David Labzentis. He is 48 and lives in Redmond Oregon. He has a speech issue and hearing problems that he says he got from rubella as a teen. He is an oil consultant for GSK oil. He is on denmark right now for a contract he won. Now he is in jail because of not being able to pay his hotel bill because he spent all his money on lawyer fees..
I am confused because most of the time it makes sense and some of the time it doesnt. Ladies be mindful of a scammer by the names of D. Smith or at times Smith Hughes - pretending as a USA soldier in Afighastan he is trying to rob women in the name of Love - just been saved narrowly by the my the grace of the Lord.
Please, I think my so called boyfriend is a Kabul scammer. Someone help me. I too have My heart is to invested. I don't wanna leave him. I called him out but he states to trust him and so on and so forth. I need to know why he won't call or Skype and disappear on the week stating his platoon is somewhere where he cant talk please someone any one. This guy on meet me site told me he is in military as was deployed to Africa and now wants me to send him a phone does this sound like a scam why would he not have a phone.
Yes, I believe it's probably the same kind of scam I was involved in. He was supposedly stationed in Africa and also needed a phone soon after we started talking. I've been talking to this girl for about 2 months now and she asked me to open up a Discover debit card so that she could send money to it then I go take off for cash advance and then send her the money back by money gram and western union now if she does that and I don't send the money back to her will I get in trouble for not sending this money back she say she on nato duty in the military in Nigeria she says her lawyer takes care of her finances but wht I was wondering was why she couldn't do it her self or her lawyer so long story short I want to know if this girl puts money on my debit card and I don't send her the money back would I get in trouble something just don't sound rt to me and she says she wants me to take out cash advance then send her money gram and western union to 2 diff address in Nigeria she sent so far and I took the money off my debit card so someone let me know if I get in trouble if i dont send to her just sounds fishy.
Some scammers use other people to send and receive stolen money. They might develop an online relationship and ask their new sweetheart or friend to accept money and transfer funds for them. Does anyone know David Anderson I met him on facebook claims he has a son who is 16 and studying in the UK Reading all these comments I know for sure this is scam Someone is trying to scam my 75 year old recently widowed mother in law.
I told her it was a scam, but she is in love and the person is repeated asking for money. Thankfully she is in the middle of bankruptcy and is broke, but I think she would send them money if she could get it together. She wants to marry him, and I told her it's fake. It started on facebook and progressed from there. What can I do to stop this? I've been talking to a guy who goes by the name Devon claiming to be a petroleum engineer and owns his own company; goes to angola for work on a rig. Has a 6 year old daughter who has an illness or an ailment as he calls it.
Claims to have a PhD and yet raises so many red flags by typing so many typos and keeps typing with. He then out of nowhere asks if I can send USD to pay for his daughter's hospital fee cuz she randomly got hospitalised. Luckily, the warning s flipped Be careful girls. I met him on Coffee Meets Bagel. Claim to be american-italian but has a weak english grasp and doesn't speak a word of italian. First off let me say, these online love scammers are quite obvious.
If they look to good to be true, they are. If they are way out of your league with a heart of gold, you probably got one. Google is your friend, research them. Everyone has a web presence somewhere. On the other hand, it is very unfair to accuse people of wrong doing because you have trust issues about online dating. One man, coincidentally was a regional manager at another government department, accused me of plotting something.
He said to me "what the expletive is this? If you are plotting something you can forget it" and continued to attack me. Some people just don't belong on online dating site. Fake profiles have tried to scam me 3x now. The app says they check user profiles for fraud but on 3 occasions men have asked me to send them money via itunes card and one had the nerve to ask me to buy him an iphone Just a follow up. The guy on WooPlus name is Tom and the other is Mike. Mike says his wife died 4yrs ago in car accident and he has a kid. Also in the oil industry and posing as a white male.
I've been talking to man who says he lives in Ft. Collins, CO. Name of James, Dutch with a 4 year old son. Caught on pretty quickly that he was not genuine. I've been contacted lo of times by various scammers and they are very easy to spot. They cannot answer any direct questions.
They can block out any personal details. If they are genuine - this shouldn't be a problem for them. If they get offended - it's because they can't prove they are real. Be careful!!! There's a guy in OkCupid, he only has one profile picture, he's blond and you only can see one side of his face, he's kissing like a tank of beer.
He's name is "Stephen Christian" he said he's a military in a peace keeping mission in Turkey. His mother was Jamaican and die when he was 8 years old and his father was a Sweden vender paper and also die when he was He went to study to Scotland a big mix of accents he's 37 and of course his girlfriend cheating on him, he found out she was pregnant with other guy baby when he was in a 18 months mission in AfghanistanHome alone looking to chat maybe hookup
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Faking it — scammers’ tricks to steal your heart and money