Spot dating site scammer
He begged me to support him, promising me that he will double my money if I can assist him. Today I had to hurry home so I could text him on time. Two months after my beloved military husband died I was friending anyone who asked as I was craving to hear from any of my husband's friends! He wrote to me in French and then would ask, "Do you want to know what I said my dear? On it was a clip of a fire on an oil rig..oil rig!!! But my heart won and sent him only three grand to aide him.
I said no..came back with 00 and I said no...the end he asked for at least 0 and I declined acusing him of being a fake..kind of CEO are you if you're not able to supply your material and pay your debts???? I decided to keep him occupied in order to maybe safe another sweet, kind woman like me. " He had me cut my finger as he did, (he sent an image of a finger with blood at the tip), he told me to repeat after him the vows that would bind us as BLOOD husband and wife! Low and behold he needed assistance with getting his 'Goods' from China so that he can make the repairs and finally come meet me in Minnesota. To this day I cannot believe I threw away money to that scum bag Nigerian 😡It took me a whole year to finally fully detach from him.
Typically, a man comes into contact with a scammer through an online dating agency.
The scammer will have photos showing a young and attractive woman though her profile may say she’s from America or England.
"She" will get robbed or attacked, may become injured or sick, may suddenly get arrested, or her apartment may get flooded or burned.
The scam will go on for as long as the guy is willing to continue sending money to help his "Russian princess" to get through her never-ending travel misadventure.
The bait will keep the "flames of his love" alive by periodically chatting with him on the phone or sending him descriptions of "her" erotic fantasies.
Her monthly salary is only a few hundred dollars, all Russian men are drunks and maybe her family died in a tragic accident or they are ill and in need of surgery.
Heart strings are pulled and victims are sucked in.
Scammers take advantage of people looking for romantic partners, often via dating websites, apps or social media by pretending to be prospective companions.