Do normal people use online dating sites

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Beware ladies of a very handsome man using the name Drew Phelps Johnson, as I'm sure this man's profile was stolen and the man pretending to be Drew Johnson are not the same person. To the lafy who is chatting with Luke Davidson he is definitely a scammer like many other men, and scammers change or use many names for every victim. One of the profiles he used before you will find on the link below. He works for BP oil company and is off shore in Louisiana.We met on FB and very quickly he told me he loved me. Referring to 14 Jan & 11 Apr posts, this Frank Chan is still around. It could be changed now found my scammer on tinder. He said all the right things he ask me to get a app called google hangout so we could Face Time.

I don't know if it's right or wrong but every person I found, I sent them an IM or a message on Linkendin. He had his pics stolen as I discovered later who the real person is.

I read your comment about reporting this man to the real man on Linkendin. Last one claimed to live in Atlanta and similar story about living in Brazil and then moving with his mother to US.

I trace his phone to Nigeria even though the area code was Virginia which is where he said he moved from to Rochester area. Little details made me suspicious, he never sent a current picture. Sorry ED: you can post pictures when you start a new submission [but not when you are adding a comment to an existing submission] - use the page below and you can see photos there and you can also post your own story and photos there: hit few scammers on Instagram.

I thought for a minute maybe I was wrong, NO, he had that profile down within that day. Said he fell in love after hearing my voice on phone. Look how many of us were fooled in the last few days. Thinking about contacting Linked In and the real Fredrik to let them know what's happened. [email protected] mcgrath...9Tim has a false address of manor hill Dr Fairport ny14450 Pictures will not help you. I do believe everything is possible if we put our mind and heart together just like i believe that good things can be found in the least places and when we least expect . Please be careful all, I talked to this man's brother who lives in Nigeria and he asked me a simple question " Do you not ever get tired of him asking for money" and he said they are and most are squatters and will live off anyone they can just so they use and get money from American women. He went to all the same school's as all the others. I could tell immediately that he was a scammer, as his grammar and phrasing are not that of an English speaker and he claims to live in Atlanta. The more I tell him I am not interested, the more he comes after me with his messages. Scammer reports to be a widower with young daughter; marine engineer living in Ontario but working overseas on a rig for current project.

Be careful, one time I did report it to the man in Linkendin and it was the scammers profile. Met on Tinder and said he was from Houston working on a job site in California as an engineer. Out of alabama, florida with max credit union, Alabama. This is all new for me, it is the first time i would ever go against protocol of doing business only on the Linked-in website. Anyway, he is pressing me for a recent photo, which I declined, telling him I am waiting for my hair to grow back after cancer treatment (true).

He should get an academy award or Oscar for his acting. Has not asked for money - but when I ask to do a video call he says security prevents that - very suspicious = So I broke it off - his letters are very eloquent and good English. Talked so much about how he needs someone to help him getting back to life, out of his shell, new mother for Sarah. You know it's a trust issue after what everyone's gone through with their scammers.

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