Dating scam victim stories

08 May

I need you to send me ,000.” I kept telling him on Facebook and on the phone that I do not have that kind of money. I said “OK” and gave him my credit card information. I started getting sick with really high blood pressure. I’d get the calls consistently or on Facebook -- “You gotta help me, I don’t know what I’m going to do” -- all day long. I wanted this so bad to be real, but a part of me knew that it just couldn’t be. “If you could just send me 0, maybe 0, so I can eat,” he said. It got worse and worse and I started getting pissed. I had found a site on Internet scams that had this guy’s name and everything that I had been going through with him.I work two part-time jobs with mentally disabled adults and they don’t pay very well. When I told him I didn’t have the money, he told me to figure out a way to get it. I’m on the phone with State Farm and they said, “Someone just tried to draw

I need you to send me $5,000.” I kept telling him on Facebook and on the phone that I do not have that kind of money. I said “OK” and gave him my credit card information. I started getting sick with really high blood pressure. I’d get the calls consistently or on Facebook -- “You gotta help me, I don’t know what I’m going to do” -- all day long. I wanted this so bad to be real, but a part of me knew that it just couldn’t be. “If you could just send me $200, maybe $250, so I can eat,” he said. It got worse and worse and I started getting pissed. I had found a site on Internet scams that had this guy’s name and everything that I had been going through with him.I work two part-time jobs with mentally disabled adults and they don’t pay very well. When I told him I didn’t have the money, he told me to figure out a way to get it. I’m on the phone with State Farm and they said, “Someone just tried to draw $1,000 off your card.” The next thing I know, I have a block on my account and he was pissed. He said he didn’t want to die in another man’s country. I copy and pasted it to Facebook and said, “How do you explain that?He said he was told that a work location was already identified."They told me that I would have training by 2 o'clock and they told me that I would have got the uniforms by 3 o'clock and I would have started to work by 9 o'clock this morning (Tuesday)," he told THE STAR.But he has not heard back from Taffy or anyone else from the company.

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I need you to send me $5,000.” I kept telling him on Facebook and on the phone that I do not have that kind of money. I said “OK” and gave him my credit card information. I started getting sick with really high blood pressure. I’d get the calls consistently or on Facebook -- “You gotta help me, I don’t know what I’m going to do” -- all day long. I wanted this so bad to be real, but a part of me knew that it just couldn’t be. “If you could just send me $200, maybe $250, so I can eat,” he said. It got worse and worse and I started getting pissed. I had found a site on Internet scams that had this guy’s name and everything that I had been going through with him.

I work two part-time jobs with mentally disabled adults and they don’t pay very well. When I told him I didn’t have the money, he told me to figure out a way to get it. I’m on the phone with State Farm and they said, “Someone just tried to draw $1,000 off your card.” The next thing I know, I have a block on my account and he was pissed. He said he didn’t want to die in another man’s country. I copy and pasted it to Facebook and said, “How do you explain that?

He said he was told that a work location was already identified.

,000 off your card.” The next thing I know, I have a block on my account and he was pissed. He said he didn’t want to die in another man’s country. I copy and pasted it to Facebook and said, “How do you explain that?He said he was told that a work location was already identified."They told me that I would have training by 2 o'clock and they told me that I would have got the uniforms by 3 o'clock and I would have started to work by 9 o'clock this morning (Tuesday)," he told THE STAR.But he has not heard back from Taffy or anyone else from the company.

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It is likely that this "John Scofield" persona is part of a larger crime syndicate based in Africa, and that his profile is used in "many different areas around the country," Norton told The Huffington Post.

I think when I turned 50, that’s when the panic set in.

I began to really take a good, hard look at my life as a single woman who had never been married. ” Our bond became a little bit stronger each conversation.

Astley Forrester, 34, claims that he is the victim of an employment scam.

Having been out of work for approximately a year, Forrester said he quickly jumped at a job opportunity being advertised in The Gleaner, under the name Crystal Clear Security Company.