One includes the scammer telling the victim that they don't have enough annual leave left to come and visit them but that they can buy some from their employer.
This costs around £250 a day, so 10 days will cost £2,500.
We were both on a dating site and he quicky asked me to jump over to Yahoo and use regular email so I set up a bogus account on Yahoo and also gmail, and Installed the chat. Widowed, one child , age 15 however, once we got to regular email his emails were very choppy. He said he was self Employed oil rig engineer in Houston, Tx with 8 men working with him. As it costs me money to run the site I don't employ anybody.
He right away fell madly in love with me and told me how great a kisser he was. I tried posting my scammers number twice today and it didn't post. I screen all posts or comments before letting them go live so the site is safe from trolls, people who leave foul language targeted at the victims of scams, and scammers themselves posing as victims who have got their money back and providing an email address for victims to contact them if they want their money back.
Numerous studies show that Canadians spend more days in a month and more minutes in a day checking out dating site than users in the U. The rest either plummet below the expectations of getting laid by sexy women or are simply fraudulent schemes crafted to steal your money or identity.
So how did we exactly arrive at the best Canadian dating sites for hook-ups?
Mine was Reid Anthony and others are also in the pattern. I also wonder if he uses various phone numbers and what he said his background was. I have tried to do some checks but he says his name is Rodriguez Michelle from Roade Island but working on an rig for 15yrs so today I suggested we talk by phone and of course he doesn't have good English and now won't answer my texts... His phone number didn't match the areas he claimed to live in. I just bided my time and still spoke to him everyday. He said he needed help to get his equipment sent home but I didnt say anything and then he got mad. I asked him if he is an engineer and why is he broke. I've already posted one of mine, holding up his prize bass.
LOL First off they cannot have a cell phone on the rig, camera yes, but no cell phones. Come on I still cant believe it but obviously I'm here. Called the number and it sounded like a call center sound. 6238508772 To the person who wanted to make contact about the above name. I also contacted Imperial Oil and no such person was employed there. He ws so sad because he wanted to marry me etc etc. I erased him from my phone and he blocked me on Facebook. beware so what This sounds like a guy I am currently in contact with, also called Richard Bruce. I feel sick as he really had me hooked in with his words and promises. I gave up the dream the moment I came across this page and saw his name sadly. But I'm wondering if we could send some of our pics to YOU, and then there would be a place we all could view them. I assume you mean a page dedicated to just photographs and names?
David Bernard, is a scammer, because I called that number and that's the same person I have spoken to and I did let him know that he was a scammer. This guy told me his name is William Perry and every time I called him that name, he would say don't call me by my name? Here is another number that he would call me and text me on: 928-263-2616 He told me that his other phone fell in the ocean (623-223-7603) Yes, I know him. I suggest you try the number I listed below for David Bernard as he has a voicemail so you may recognize his voice. This page alone has over 2,500 comments, and Nigerian dating scams has over 1,000 posts [not counting comments] so people can enter from anywhere and its natural people want their information to appear quickly. In his pics he looks like a fit mid 40s white guy, two pics, one of him at the beach wearing a white tee with blue waves on it and the other, leaning up against a fence, wearing a nike cap, with a tee on with writing on it in a circle looks like it might say ... I see a pattern here and all his names that he goes by are first names of many men. I was taken advantage of and hope none of you will. For those who commented on David Bernard, can you please share your experience or at least share briefly the story you got from this man? Call the phone number and find out if this is the same guy, because that was my guy! We spoke on Facebook Monday evening next thing I was to contact him on Hangout then 2 days later he's in love and talking marriage. My guys first name is David and the profile is al out identical Full name: David Kris Bernardhttps:// [email protected] In profile no longer there Very charming and articulate until I questioned him deeper and why he couldn't meet in person. He gave me the agents bank account with some nigerian name. Is there a way for us 'victims' to post pictures of our phony lovers?
In July, the average payout was as high as £10,882.
With one in four British adults using a dating website at some point in their life, according to Which?
You may think it's your lucky day when you're notified that you are the winner of a big cash payout or expensive prize.
But, many types of these scams exist that trick you into claiming your faulty prize, just to take your money.