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And that I needed those information so I could buy him a plane ticket through my travel agent to send the confirmation number of the ticket through his e-mail. He only took my heart which is bad enough but I see that some ladies lost lot of money. I will report him to Ourtimes.com, but he will go back on again with another fake name and profile picture. I read some of the e-mails that were sent to the ladies, at the beginning of 2010, his grammar and writing was pretty bad, but now he has tremendously improved! These people are heartless and manipulative and all they care about is your money. Phone number is 440-753-8578 also uses the number 727-916-5030His lawyer is Michael Rogers 937-709-0444A lady name Betsy 386-288-1512 (works for IRS) haha. If you believe that I have some ocean front property to sell you. They will steal your heart and as much money as you allow them to steal from you. Been friends on Facebook, hasn't asked for anything yet. He has a middle eastern accent, pictures on his website are of a handsome gentleman. I couldn't tell you that it was Italian but he says his mother is American and his father is Italian with a name like Giovanni Adams Samuel the name of a dead president he falls in love with you right away without meeting you. I take it that there was not the real person behind the picture shown. It would be very rare for them to use their own photos. If you are being threatened you need to take all your information, photos, emails, phone numbers and everything you have on this scammer, to your local police, the FBI, the US State Department and any other agency include the FCC, if he threatened you over the phone or email or text or Facebook, or whatever. He did ask for the name of my bank and I gave a bogus one that I don’t know if it even exists. Oh by the way I do not have a degree, but I do love to dig and research.

He got mad and called me selfish and said he is saying goodbye because I would not believe him after what we all went through. Then he e-mails recently asking if he could wire me 00 to a bank in Dubai because he is still stuck there and he needs to pay all the expense he incurred to the hotel manager, under the name of Ngayo Otieno Dubai Islamic Bank account no. If this is what he is doing for past several years, he is only going to improve. I have started a Facebook group called SCAMMER SCALIWAGS It is public so you should be able to find it. Giving him money or gift cards will NOT make him commit to her. These scammers are subhuman creatures and I hope that he ends up behind bars where he belongs. Betsy also uses the same number 727-916-5030There is also a realtor(lol) he uses the name James Douglas and his number is 937-576-4357 and 037-315-7444You would not believe the stories I have heard trying to get money. Finally admitted he was a scammer, sent me a picture of his attorney who is a black man in Nigeria but none of him. Then he called back and said his lawyer is the scammer and he meant he was not. They will always pay you back and come to see you but somehow they never make it. Just wondering if anyone has heard of a man calling himself Glorianta Brahmanta from Washington D. He says he's from Turkey, wife died s few years back, had a young daughter. He asks you all your personal information such as if you own a home. He can be very persuasive when it comes to getting what he wants and doesn't give up. In my case, my scammer used TWO names with the photos of the real person. Also let Facebook know, or the dating site, or twitter or whatever he uses, that he is communicating threats. He also asked for my bank account number so he could deposit money in my account and that I could keep 4 grand, yeah right, NOT. I hope it works because I would love to know other names he has used. I have found several men who's pictures are being used. I was told by Scam alert man, that scammers have few second videos of a person they are using and will show their face, and is the same as the pictures they will send of very handsome man that we are falling for, so skype is not proof.

Next day he sent me a photo of his passport saying he just can't lose me right now. The violins start with his wife of 15 years who slept with his best friend and she moved to Canada. Her son got suspicious and called the FBI who determined she was scammed. I also found where a Houston woman with an African name was found guilty in Oklahoma City back in the Spring for online scamming. This person contacted me on Instagram, immediately telling me how beautiful I am. On the second day, he asked for an i Tune card because he needed to update his phone.

But when I saw the picture of his passport, it was all wrong, definitely fake, the photo was photoshopped or superimposed over the actual photo and the dates were wrong. But I played along and said I cannot send money, but I can send him a plane ticket home, but I needed picture of his real passport, driver's license, and a selfie video of himself as I did not have skype or face talk apps. I just looked up oil rig and all this scam came up which confirmed once again he was fake. Looks like it has been going on since 2010, or earlier, and he or groups of people like him are on all kinds of dating site scamming people! Looks like this person, or this group of people is getting better at it. I am still paying for the amount that I have lost so Be very careful and do not be deceived. He has a 16 year old that lives in San Diego with his 86 year old mother(619)739-4933This number is listed as a landline in Chula Vista California but when you talk to him it's not clear but choppy and he does have an accent. The Bank was out of Atlanta and they were able to freeze 0,000. So, to all of you that have been scammed or are in the process of being scammed, please contact the FBI. Cathi, we are all here to help one another whenever and however we can. First of all, you found Jason K Tyler on Scam Haters but you did not say if you found his name or the picture he is using or both. I’ve never paid to update my phone 😂 It was probably about 4 days later when he sent me a message saying his phone fell into the ocean and he needed 50 dollars to update his old phone saying he has transactions to make but can’t till his phone is updated.

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