Online dating tips and tricks

Wish they could be caught half as easily as they seem to catch their would be victims.

I have been getting chatted up by a guy called Wilfred Joe, who claims to work on oil rigs and has a young son called Wilson.

I met him on and he scammed me all my savings over 2 years period from Western Union, Moneygram, Walmart to Walmart, ITunes cards. He tried to make me feel guilty because I couldnt send the money. He had a European accent and told me he was from Sofia, Bulgaria.

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He is still contacting me saying him loved me and I have made it clear I’m sending no money, His name is Kev but he likes to be addressed as Wilson.. He then told me that all he could do was think about me. Many names Joy Abdel, Joy Baby Abdel, Marcusse Diaby, Bah Hulaimatu, Charly Choco Balde , Islanda Frislene etc , That Girl told me lie want my help and I trusted her, when my fathere was alive he deposited 6.7 million Dollars, Transfer this money. They act very charming at first for a few weeks, then ask me to wire them money (which I don't) I have reported their profiles to Facebook, and Google Plus.am ignored. Claims to have been cheated by his ex-wife who got pregnant by another man. The Federal Trade Commission Act authorizes this information collection for purposes of managing online comments.

I recently had a doctor from the UNITED NATION' S saying that he was looking for someone like me. She gave me Fake bank papers, Fake Affidavit and power of attorney. To this day, their profile remains active, meaning how many more women have they scammed.why nothing is being done about this. Comments and user names are part of the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) public records system, and user names also are part of the FTC’s computer user records system.

He also had the money forwarded from Kenya or so he said. His name was Mathew Mc Cleary that was from Australia but talked with a Spanish accent. That’s fine and he never did ask me for money, just an i Tunes card.

I was at the airport waiting for him to arrive several times and he never showed. He was coming to see me but his crude oil shipment wouldn't ship because he had to pay insurance. Eventually he did ask if I would accept a check that a client owed him. I did think about it and said I would accept the check but I would not deposit it in my account. I went to the bank and asked them to check if it was legit.

I work at a credit union - and have member's falling for these types of scams regularly. The man who scammed me money three years ago, contact me again, he said he was sorry and will repay the money to me. My case was reported to police three years ago, but finally closed file by police for further investigation impossible.

I was scammed by a guy calling himself Peter Kaua Sullivan, my fiance.

He was an elderly man who told me that he and his wife had identity issues and he never heard of the third party bank the check was cut from. I called the sender of the check and told him it cleared but I was keeping the money.

Then after much fighting, I took pictures of the check that the bank had stamped and told him it was fake and that I spoke to his client that never had an account at that bank.

The man I just found out scammed me, was using photos from an Army Vets FB back claiming to be him and stationed in Syria. He called me and his accent DID NOT SOUND Australian OR American. He wouldn't tell me where he went to school to be a doctor.

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