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I messaged him, how did you find me since we have no similar friends. He was getting back into the dating scene since his divorce 5 years ago. Since he caught his wife cheating with another man. So I texted him, and I'm said; send me a picture of you right now. Pictures are awesome - very good looking - 60 ish and is looking for a wife (his son wants a mother figure). Doing the search with that name, there is a John Allen in Los Angeles (this is where he says he is from); but no idea who this person is or is not - but I do know it is a SCAM. The first for 000; the second only for my heart. Mowed over to what's app and he uses a Nigerian number -surprise. Ok now I get the friend request, I guess I'm still hoping there are decent men out there. Told Richard, he didn't want to be called Rich, I'm not as naive as I once was. Thinking back now, I mostly kept the conversation going if ladies that is a clue. I am recently divorced, lonely, and have lost my marriage, home, my job. He couldn't get to the money wired to him, several hundred million, he said, because of a mix up with the deposit. FBI...https://com/amp/Technology/wire Story/us-indictment-charges-80-fraud-schemes-money-laundering-65125441#aoh=15665171890973&referrer=https:// %1$s? amp_js_v=a2&_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQEKAFw AQ==&cid=referral_taboola_feed Stories are all very similar.
He is from the US Texas and just there to work for what I don't understand if he has so much money. He "falls" for you within days and is probably in a completely different time zone.I Have always been very logical minded and hard working but he caught me where I was low and hurting and alone and he won. If they need money then they don't love you and they sure aren't going to be here for you even though they swear they will to help you through your difficult life and pay it all back. I think we have been talking to the same man except mine says his name is Mark Dennis. Wanted me to accept cash from a company he had worked for on a credit card. Met him on POF and he moved on to Whatsapp and then Hangouts. Says he’s from San Diego and heading up an oil rig owned by the Russians. Then said there was a fire on the rig - even sent a video! He had 17K in his account but needed 1K to get off the rig and come to her and marry her. He calls her while she is at the airport waiting for James Wilkerson. Dennis sends pictures of a very handsome guy of one with glasses and very nicely dressed. He keeps wanting me to get the card because they are holding his funds and his crews pay when nobody else's has been held. If I accept an invitation to play from them, I always check how long they've been playing the game. Another thing to watch for -- they use two first names as their full name. Now dont get me wrong, in not condoning what these people are doing by any means but they didnt hold a gun to your head so you are culpable in this and must accept most of the responsibility for what happened and i say people cause you ladies keep saying him. It could have been a woman and hell it makes more sense cause who else could tell a woman what she wants to hear to give up the checkbook besides another woman. Claimed he was in Togo Africa working on a bridge but had done an oil rig in Dubai. Phone number is 2 which was a land line in San Jose Cailf. It’s one excuse after another, believe me, I had one in London, he came up with more excuses than I thought possible not to come home. We need to shut these pieces of garbage down, everywhere. I get a lot of scammers on words with friends and a dating site. I have experienced the small story with Thomas W Anderson on Zoosk dating site. This one asked for a friend request on facebook and of course accepted. Claims he is a oil rig supervisor and works in the gulf. He’s resisted but now feeds me (no doubt fake) information. Bottom line "if it’s too good to be true then it’s probably too good to be true". He wanted to know why I left him in his hour of need. He thought I loved him (which I never said) and that I was heartless. He told me he was a 27 year old Nigerian man who couldn’t get a job and needed money to pay a dowery to get married. Michael Lee 39 years old [email protected] scam, I already reported him already there as well. [email protected] also told him if he ever contacted me again I would make his life hell and I'm armed and know how to use it. They all had a kid that needed cards/money and one was stuck on a rig and couldn't get off unless i sent 1650.00$.