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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.He is all lovey dovey lol, so he was in Florida on Vacations, traveled to dubai, once he got there his debit card was blocked and he wanted me to send him money. Sweet whispery heavily accented voice and also turned controlling and angry. He posts photos of him dark haired, white shirt, dark jacket/trousers, smiling and this is also his facebook profile which is empty BTW.
I too thought that I had finally met the man of my life. Evan Gilmore, supposedly from Denver, divorced single dad with 2 teenagers. Accent I couldn't quite identify, inconsistent with someone claiming to have lived all his life in Florida and Denver. Messaging all times of day and night, spent most of yesterday on hangouts. I know they won’t be able to get friends from my friends list because it’s private. First clue -2 first names being used, Second- he only has a few posts and is following many women. Don't fall for these schemes and do Not give any money for any reason. Try meeting at church or a local dance in your area. If it looks like a duck, sounds and walks like a duck, It Is A Duck!!! If you need Someone to tell you you are beautiful, just come to the Facebook site and we will tell you those things and you still have your money and your heart. If you think you want to play with him, just keep in mind that he is NOT the person in the photo. Spoke a few times on phone but his always with VOIP connection. I messaged my friend and told her she needs to stop Accepting requests from people she doesn’t know. I had seen his picture flooding around on Twitter and I believe that he has been listed on this site as well.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.