Cell phone dating chat
Hello everyone, so am having fun with a scammer, well he thinks I am in love with him, but really how can a person fall in love with someone that is not real?? When I told him I could hear children he said he was watching a movie!!! Oh and the same phrases like, did you sleep well, where are you and what are you up to, and my favorite, hugs and kisses for you. Ladies, if you will go to Facebook and in the search type in the word "scam" and all sorts of sites show up that are on Facebook. Yes the Scammers themselves can see it as well but they can also come on this site and see what we are writing about them. I am thinking if we are posting the photos they are using on the Facebook sites and our stories, they will know exactly who we are. These guys and the women that work with them as mules, or bank agents, or pretend daughters, are just as disgusting as they are. This is cry cry cry James Edmund DOB 12/9/1978, mechanical engineer, said was Dutch, said lived in the US but moved to UK a month ago but worked on oil rig in Miami for two weeks at that time when we met on Tinder, seems to have stolen identity of a real mechanical engineer based in the UK called James Edmund Talbot DOB August 1978, permanent residence UK - available on google information provided by Companies House.
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.
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.
One in particular responded with a comment that she was glad family was important to him. But, they cross us off their lists and go on to the next one. He gave a fake address in NJ, and paid for my flowers with a stolen AMEX account. He has Facebook account under Larry Richards, Larry Richard,and Larry Serdar. I think I've met a scammer too, although he got nothing from me. Currently in Turkey, and due to the ISIS attacks these few days, his equipments was damaged.
No friends showing but several women "liked" his comments. Not sure it is a good idea to tell them about this site. For everyone of us that got out without giving them anything but our time, we are the lucky ones. I just received a call from our local florist telling me that the gentleman with a Dutch or German accent placed the order.
They are so secure in what they do that it does not matter. I realized it could be him or his friends so I changed my user name and it all stopped. I too received a dozen roses, two boxes of expensive chocolate, and a teddy bear he named Larry so he could sleep with me each night.
Let's keep it safe for all and if any of us feel that there is a scammer on here and posting then please let the editor of this page know and By All Means Please Do Not Give Them This Site. I doubt I’ll hear from him again but will happily join in the effort to stop these predators from this abhorrent behavior. Has anyone been approached by an oil rig engineer looking to start a relationship through asking you to play a game in WWF and then starting a convo through the WWF app before asking for your phone number? Let's stay alert and refuse their ridiculous requests for Itunes cards and whatever else they lie about. My scammer was Brazilian and he spoke Portuguese and he said he was a US citizen and that his mother raised him in Rio de Janeiro.