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We have got to be smarter than they are, and I am not desperate for attention, lol but his messages are nice.. In the end ie at the end of his two weeks job on the oil rig while we chatted, he said that he got a cheque for 30,000 USD for a two weeks job and hes on his way to London, but said he was upset as he could not cash it as his license expired and he could cash it only for 2000 USD but he had on him only 300USD. The less we interact with them the less hold they have on us. No online presence in the name he gave, no verifiable info forthcoming. Supposedly now on drilling platform in Poland, having a bad day, and machinery order held up with final payment needed, bank account frozen because he didn't notify them he's abroad. I have received so many friend requests through a friend. I just wanted to add that my guy used the name Micheal (NOT MICHAEL) John.We must let all our Facebook friends know what to watch out for. I was hurt and felt betrayed by her giving out this site for I Swear I think the Ed Steve has done a great job here to keep us protected and I praise them for it. Hope ones reading this understand "Do Not Give This Site To Your Scammers" They all work together. They then provide a email address that victims can contact to get their money back. He even said I was his soul mate, that he was in love with me. Live and learn, but he had a wonderful beauty about him. My guy had the same backstory: owned his own offshore drilling company and currently working on a project for Exxon Mobil which ends in February. Widower looking for a wife & good mother for daughter. I found him interesting at first – he was a friend of a friend on FB.This is trying to take advantage of victims again by charging a small [so they claim] fee for recovering their money - which is just another scam! He was born 5/7/60 & his photos (3) showed him as good looking with gray hair. And he's so so sweet everyday with the calls and texts. He claimed that he fell in love with me madly from day 1.
I believe I screen most/all of the scammer posts before they appear in order to keep this a safe place for victims to communicate - anonymously if they wish. As his texts became longer it was evident he had broken English. Just picture a very different man than the one in the photo. Go to the site editor recommends and search the photos. And he will pay me back after the work in Turkey is done. You may come across the same photo with a DIFFERENT name. He fits the profile and so does she fit the profile of a mark. They have thousands of identities and work at it 24/7. His name is Alex Aiden, 45, grew up in London when he lost both his parents at 10. Internet connection is bad and he cannot access his banks for money. Said that I could check that he has a lot of money in the account.That is why there is a delay from placing a post to it appearing live on the site so I can filter all potential scammers, trolls, abuse etc. I also have to say that I don’t understand what "playing" with them accomplishes. If you want to "play" try a board game or get another hobby. The last thing we wanted is to give them more leverage. As with others here he asked some odd questions, i.e., what did I eat for breakfast or what was I going to eat for lunch, did I want to come feed him.I don’t understand why anyone would give a suspected scammer access to what should be OUR space to help other women by posting our stories. This is suppose to be a safe place to share our stories and get input from others that have been victims. He approached the wrong girl – I’m terminally ill, partially paralyzed, never wanted children, can’t cook and don’t clean, don’t care for country or gospel music, and am not particularly religious.