He wanted to ask me one question and I though it was going to be for money but he wanted me to wait until tomorrow. He said something about working on an oil well, in the river. I said I've been to the Gulf I know what oil RIGS look like and that was perposterus! )Then he started rattling about his mom and I couldn't understand much more than him begging me to keep talking to him until he sent a video. He is on a peacekeeping force in Ghana, West Africa. I was joking with him when I asked his heritage when I said your are probably Polish or German.
He said he would have his boss take a video and send it to me. I said say something in Portugese but he kept making excuses. I knew it was a scam he kept begging me to wait until tomorrow because we were so good together. So I told him I was hanging up and doing a reverse google search as soon as we did. He said he was crushed because when you love someone the way he loves me you would do anything for them no questions ask.
Actually I like the profile he stole, who can tell me how I can find my real dream man in that picture? Claims he lives in Florida and works on an oil rig. He just sent me a long love letter stating his wife died from cancer three years ago and he is claiming his true love for me. Lesson learned is when a man from match claims his account is ending soon and he's a widower, just delete or contact match right away. He want to send me money so I can order a part for his job. His wife had died 5 years ago and his daughter Lisa was in a boarding school in Florida. I can see all the signs of a scam but because I fell inlove with him I don't want to believe that my guy is a scammer.
I started talking to a guy says he works overseas in a oil company has a daughter in boarding school. He lived in Ohio but worked for a company in Texas on an oil well out in the Gulf. They are evil in reality once they got the money they want they will stop talking and chatting with you. They are all scammers with an ugly faces behind the pictures he is sending to you. to the point that I have to cut off some of my bills and luxuries in life.
If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam. Says hes German born, dead parents, a son in England. I had the same thing only i new from the jump i google picture search the firat day i let him work for me for 6 weeks lmao hahaha i had him in tears i had to school him buffalo dont play that will be the day i pay any man to come to me haha on what planet is a man ask a women for money okay in the end i really enjoyed the attention lonley house wife my hes im house lol now i had crying i even got his real identity pics and much more jackson Williams 1988 oh yes what a sexy accent and a picture to dye for well guess what he ia no oil rig bull cant get off the ship unless you pay his 30 thousand dollara to his barrister lol wow not sure i would pay that even if he was real lol I think this guy has been scamming me.
Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common. The accent is more like a Nigerian who attended British schools. same story about being an electrical engineer and had to go to cape town Africa for work said he will return in 2 weeks.
I'm luck I knew he gonna ask me money since he mentioned his dad died in Hong Kong and left him 11M, hahaha. I knew the minute I accepted a friend request from a stranger I had made a BIG mistake especially when he responded on Messenger almost instantly. I was just recently scammed by a fake US Army soldier Name Frank Edward base in Syria.
I played with him couple of weeks util he asked money 3000 from his Thailand project, which he was granted a couple days after we met online, a multimillion, hahaha. Great pictures and he has an aol account using his so called name Kelly Ozill. He kept writing all these flowery prose about how important love is and how much he wanted to meet a woman who felt the same as he did. He told me his daughter had convinced him to get on FB to find a new love. I lost a total of ,000 US dollars part of it was applied for the loan and the rest are my savings money.
Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason.
They ask you to: Did you know you can do an image search of your love interest’s photo in your favorite search engine?
If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer.
When I found out who he was I bluntly asked him, who am I speaking with today, Aaron, John, Sam, or James. LOL This German guy befriended me on face book says his wife is decreased daughter in an accident but just had a birthday, send money for her present. I want this man caught and I don;t want him to do this to another woman again. I met the same guy, he used a Chinese profile with name Ritchie Cheung.
He's working for a company drilling oil as a engineer I know this must be a scam also. He said he had both lived in mountain view, ca and Jacksonville, Florida . Lost everything cause he needed an app for his project which cost 200 dolllars.