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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.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.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.Key words: pipeline, self employee, mechanical engineer, Thai land, have you eaten, how was your day, never call you name... I'm devastated my spouse of 17 yes met a girl on line first she lived in Texas then Egypt and for the last yr he has had 4 different banks CU's she tells him to set up a bank account then she supposedly deposit a check then asks him to take the money out and send it back to her in a western union it has ruined our 17 I do is cry I can't stand the lies I would just want to end it they never have talked or met just texted something is wrong with this picture I met a man last night who claimed he worked for an oil company out of Houston but never would say a name.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.It's like they all took the same scam training class. I am at the point where they will start to ask for money. Caught him emailing using text from love letters on the internet. He's been in Germany since July to help his mother Elizabeth (who died from heart failure supposedly three weeks ago) get an operation for stage four cancer in Dusseldorf Germany. Started talking again when he texted that he lost his mother. He never asked me for money but would get furious because I told him I would chat with other military men. I just found out the guy I have been sending money to is 100% fraud. Can someone tell me if the police or FBI can do something? He wants ,500 to get his paperwork ready to leave Dubai. Advice to ladies on match is not to give your email address so easily and check out him name thoroughly.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 kept sending more of these longs deep thoughts type of things that amazingly only took a few seconds to write. I should have all ready cut it off by then but I wanted to hear his voice. About the first thing I said to him was he was a fake and a scammer and not a very good one either.Yes, there have been minor red flags but up until 2 days ago he asked for nothing and merely revealed more and more of his creative story while promising travel and gifts and romance galore. Last weekend we promised to chat sometime in a weekend, but suddenly he stopped calling me, sending me any messages, so I googled. I have been talking to "Robert Dietrish" for months. His wife died from cancer, his son had a brain tumor while at Boarding School in London, he cannot cash his check gor 2.7 million because the government tax agency is demanding ,000 in taxes up front. Looked too good to be true and the accent on the phone was not German. I called his bluff on Aug 1st and reported him to all Malaysian authorities. Kuala Lumpur going on for a year now...called his bluff today. His timeline says he is from Frankfurt, Germany but lives in SF, CA. Almost all are either widowed or divorced, approximately 50 years old and in the oil or gas exploration business. His email is drrkbrt Claims his wife died 8 years ago and his son is in Califormia in an institution.I am fairly certain the numerous photos of a doctor are not the writer. Then, on You Tube I saw real Joel Stephen Greco talking. Claims to be widowed (wife passed from cancer 6 years ago - Victoria), two children in mid/late 20s daughter Anna getting married next month in New Jersey and a son Nathan. I am also fearful I will be in trouble with the police... He says he's on the run, but keeps texting and phoning me. He sucked me in with my wife and child died during childbirth. He said he works for the UN and his wife died of cancer. Out of all of them, only one shows friends - the rest have their friend list blocked. I could smell the scam when I couldn't find him living in Lauderdale in his house he owned.And if the person’s online profile disappears a few days after they meet you, that’s another tip-off.
Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason.Victims think they’re just helping out their soulmate, never realizing they’re aiding and abetting a crime.