German internet dating
If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam.
Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common.
Says he is a UN Orthopedic surgeon in Damascus, was injured on an aid mission mid-June and is now recuperating in a Russian military hospital (in Damascus) but will be discharged to my area of the US in two weeks. He said he was interested in me and wanted to exchange mails. Mechanical engineer dealing with corrosion control, Raised in Germany. Sheila - This german guy sounds alot like my scammer. My scammer's wife had leukemia and daughter's birthday was June 14. he sends all these romantic love letters I hve bf from usa los Angeles for 2months he said he send a box for me inside the box hve 2 jewelry he said until he ask my full adress and showing some prove that he really send a luggage box to me after 4days the company message me to i need a pay the dilivery charge worth of 0usd maybe this is scam too I feel very foolish that I fell for this scam. Because I refused to send money to Dubai or Nigeria, he requested I send it to one of his agents. I found his 'agent' on Facebook and discovered that Clark Gibson was shown as her friend but as Huffman Albert Gibson.
This fellow writes with a heavy accent, but is quite articulate, sensitive and responsive. Cat I met a guy whose name is Joel Stephen Greco through dating site in Japan. I started exchanging mails and soon he wanted to chat on skype. He sent me some of his photos, but I did not notice he is a famous guy there. My German sounding scamme's name is Henrik Markud with an engineering job for Petronas Oil in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Has not asked for money, but its been barely a week. The name he used was Clark Gibson but I've seen him use the name Huffman Alfred Gibson. Judy, this guy sent me a friend request and the name is Justice Wilson Huffman. On any given day, there are approximately 20 men named Huffman Albert Gibson listed on facebook! Got me off the website quickly and began romancing the stone in his third email to me .
I played with him couple of weeks util he asked money 3000 from his Thailand project, which he was granted a couple days after we met online, a multimillion, hahaha. Great pictures and he has an aol account using his so called name Kelly Ozill. He kept writing all these flowery prose about how important love is and how much he wanted to meet a woman who felt the same as he did. He told me his daughter had convinced him to get on FB to find a new love.
Actually I like the profile he stole, who can tell me how I can find my real dream man in that picture? Claims he lives in Florida and works on an oil rig. He just sent me a long love letter stating his wife died from cancer three years ago and he is claiming his true love for me. Lesson learned is when a man from match claims his account is ending soon and he's a widower, just delete or contact match right away. He want to send me money so I can order a part for his job. His wife had died 5 years ago and his daughter Lisa was in a boarding school in Florida.
The phone from work with a Mississippi area code for a Texas business. By then he was getting more than a little annoyed but acted hurt when I that I hadn't read his messages because he said he was in the ocean. Plus he tried to explain they had deflated the oil well and moved it into a river before the hurricane since it wasn't attached to anything and could blow away What?
He kept sending more of these longs deep thoughts type of things that amazingly only took a few seconds to write. I should have all ready cut it off by then but I wanted to hear his voice. About the first thing I said to him was he was a fake and a scammer and not a very good one either.
He started wanting to talk again but that time he could actually "talk" better. I answered one question then asked why he was up at that time (which was creepy!
) he said he was an early riser and then asked what time it was. When I was out this evening as soon as I posted on my FB page he started in again.
After reading through this blog I'm fairly sure I'm talking with one of the scammers described here. The accent is more like a Nigerian who attended British schools. same story about being an electrical engineer and had to go to cape town Africa for work said he will return in 2 weeks.
For some reason the threads format so that there is one word down to only 2-3 letters on a line, so it is very difficult to read. He says he's originally Bulgarian, a widower, lived in London and has a daughter there in medical school. also said his wife died of cancer 2 yrs ago and is looking to be loved again. He is widowed with a daughter who is in boarding school.