Online dating scammers list
I ask him how long his wife had been gone and I was told five years, I then ask him why did all the pics show him with a wedding band and he tells me that he "wears it BC it keeps the nurses from fighting" over him! I've done nothing but play along BC people like this really piss me off!
But, I am happily married and would have sent him on his was if he had been legit.
If you get involved in a scheme, you could lose money or personal information and get in legal trouble. There should be something they can do to investigate.
My scanmmer told me his name was Robert Foster and that he was a construction engineer with a daughter who was home schooled. Hello i am talking to a person, he said his name is terry Howell he has a son name leo that goes to school on Turkey.
I had the same thing happen to me they try to blackmail me too they said they post my picture online it be three months then having done nothing yet they wanted 10,000 dollars I got them block I think was trying to scare me Hey I’m sorry about that, but you don’t need to be confused because first of all he won’t do it, and I can give you 3 reasons why he can’t,(1) he knows that’s a waste of time to him if he wants to do that and it will cause him problem (2) he is tricking you to believe he has information about you (3) he knows he can be trace if he ever does that and it goes viral or escalate so for that reason he wouldn’t do it, just tell him with a capital letter word GO AHEAD AND DO IT, and see if he will not block and delete you Hilary- I have been talking to a guy that sente a follow request on Instagram and he started messaging me and ask me to go to Hangout. When I realized that he was a scam I did a Google image search of him and saw that his identity belonged to a doctor alright but his name was totally different than the one he gave me.
Yesterday he posted several "new" pics of his alter ego and in every one he had a wedding ring on.
A scammer might trick you into helping him transfer stolen money. After 2 months of texting, he asked me for 0 in ITunes cards. I had already covered myself by saying I lived strictly on my social security. When I turned him down, I didn't expect him to come back but a few days later, he was back romancing again but in 2 weeks he was asking for the money again. I did a reverse phone search and this guy has 10 addresses in California.
He could ask you to accept a check in your account, and transfer money. I was leery at the beginning because he was talking romance at the very beginning. None of these sites really tell you what to do when you discover this. He could have 10 people or more doing this kind of thing at each address.
He wants 0 and he will delete all my pictures and never contact me again.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.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.