Dating blogger needed

29-Sep-2017 22:48

Victims think they’re just helping out their soulmate, never realizing they’re aiding and abetting a crime.Here are some warning signs that an online love interest might be a fake.If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam.Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common. He has two children who he needs me to become a nanny too. He wired 3,000 to his friend in Dallas and he never took it to the childrens nanny.I need to know if anuone else has had a guy by this name offer them a job? (Now he's supposed to be in Texas so he said 2 weeks ago ) I said so your in Texas???? now today he asks me to send him an ITunes card in 2 places. After taking to one guy three weeks later I discover another one. They both claim to be working on an oil rigs in the Golf Of Mexico. Like a lot of these men they say they are engineers working for BP( British Petroleum) or another oil company.THES SAME SCAMMER USEING 3 ACCOUNTS DAVIS PHILIP DAVIS SCOUT WAYNE DAVIES SAID ALL THE SAME THINGS TO ME HE TRYED TO HAVE ME SEND MONEY TO A WELLS FARGO BANK IN THE NAME OFCHRISTPHER BUMPUS IN ALABAMA HIS PICTURES ARE ALSO ALL OVER FACEBOOK Omg this guy I was talking to on that dating site coffee meet bagel his name is "john" he has an army ranger uniform on. He romanced me, telling me how much he loved me and yes I was really falling for this guy.This has gone on for many months and it has been a constant plee for financial help from him .There is always some tragic situation that he requires help with the last of which being a car accident his daughter was in and they are both now in Nigeria stranded.

If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer.

He asked me if he could evacuate that money to my country, and I could help him to receive it.

Now i really confused, is He real person or scammer? They convince one victim (victim1) to send money to the other victims (victim2) bank account by pretending he cannot access his account for some reason (cannot access internet, lost debit card and ask to wire money into friends account, ...). Then they ask victim2 to transfer the money to the account they want the money transferred to - typically an international bank account not in the same country. Victim1 realizes this is a fraud and has the details of victim2's bank account details.

After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.

The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.He had asked me to delete my profile not too long after we met, I told him I did.