Dating scam pictures widower
Gillberg Larsson who has been working for the UN in Damascus. Told me I could send it to Gregory Porter in college Park Atlanta through Western Union. looks like women aren't the only ones , I had a girl get into my messenger somehow said we had met somewhere but she couldn't recall where , and I certainly couldn't but I kept chatting with her and by the next night she said I was her soul mate and looking at her photo I was falling for it quickly , by the 3rd night we were set to spend the rest of our lives together , then came the hardship stories and said she needed money badly , I started catching on and then seen her message was sent by phone from Nigeria but said she lived in Illinois , I hit the brakes and blocked her instantly , so the guys are getting too I was contacted in the same way, using the same story except the son was in a boarding school in Atlanta. The name was on the form along with my name and the transaction # (whatever).
After reading this strip and everything that was done to other women, was done to me. Dear Paris Chic, I’ve made the same experience with Dr. Asked for 5.00 for a car note or it would be repossessed! Somehow because this kind of scam/fraud happened in this area before - the recipient could not pick it up without further authorization from me- so "Joshua" told me to call them to release the funds.There also a person I met on Face Book, he said he liked my picture and asked for friend request.I generally don't except people I don't know but I kept looking at his picture and excepted it. Nice looking widower of 7 years, 2 children, schooled in United Kingdom. Short beard, black with grey, said his children and coworker friends were so glad that he met someone. The kids even emailed me to say how glad they were that I was making their dad so so happy.After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.