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The phone from work with a Mississippi area code for a Texas business. By then he was getting more than a little annoyed but acted hurt when I that I hadn't read his messages because he said he was in the ocean. Plus he tried to explain they had deflated the oil well and moved it into a river before the hurricane since it wasn't attached to anything and could blow away What?
He wanted to ask me one question and I though it was going to be for money but he wanted me to wait until tomorrow. He said something about working on an oil well, in the river. I said I've been to the Gulf I know what oil RIGS look like and that was perposterus! )Then he started rattling about his mom and I couldn't understand much more than him begging me to keep talking to him until he sent a video.
He also asked what the weather was like 'over there'. I told him I was on my way home and it would take sometime atleast an hour. If I waited more than a minute to respond he acted all panicky. Oh now he could dream about my and he would know how sweet my voice is.
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.
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I started talking to a guy says he works overseas in a oil company has a daughter in boarding school. He lived in Ohio but worked for a company in Texas on an oil well out in the Gulf.
Didn't seem to know anything about Hurrican Harvey. I cut it off fairly quickly last night but at I got on my phone to check the weather and my FB was open.
I am hoping we can set up a private FB account where we can post names, phone numbers, pictures etc. I have all these stories too, from 2 guys at the same time. Someone in the government might be interested in all the information we have collectively? Stating he's marines in training and can't use his cell phone to call me. Though over the phone he sounds more Nigerian and even called me with street sounds in the background that sounded just like googled Nigerian street sounds LOL. Oh this one is a piece of work, he told me he was a 4 star General deployed in Iraq, a widower and had a 16 yo son. I am also afraid to report if this is a big ring operation. His email address is with gmail which makes his IP address appear to come from Mountain View, California . Just today, after not hearing from him in a week, he emailed me the bombshell.Not everyone using online dating sites is looking for love. As if all that isn’t bad enough, romance scammers are now involving their victims in online bank fraud.Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Here’s how it works: The scammers set up dating profiles to meet potential victims.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.
Says he is a UN Orthopedic surgeon in Damascus, was injured on an aid mission mid-June and is now recuperating in a Russian military hospital (in Damascus) but will be discharged to my area of the US in two weeks. He said he was interested in me and wanted to exchange mails. Mechanical engineer dealing with corrosion control, Raised in Germany. Sheila - This german guy sounds alot like my scammer. My scammer's wife had leukemia and daughter's birthday was June 14. he sends all these romantic love letters I hve bf from usa los Angeles for 2months he said he send a box for me inside the box hve 2 jewelry he said until he ask my full adress and showing some prove that he really send a luggage box to me after 4days the company message me to i need a pay the dilivery charge worth of $240usd maybe this is scam too I feel very foolish that I fell for this scam. Because I refused to send money to Dubai or Nigeria, he requested I send it to one of his agents. I found his 'agent' on Facebook and discovered that Clark Gibson was shown as her friend but as Huffman Albert Gibson.