The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.Victims think they’re just helping out their soulmate, never realizing they’re aiding and abetting a crime."My OK Cupid date was a college senior home for break.

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Key words: pipeline, self employee, mechanical engineer, Thai land, have you eaten, how was your day, never call you name... I'm devastated my spouse of 17 yes met a girl on line first she lived in Texas then Egypt and for the last yr he has had 4 different banks CU's she tells him to set up a bank account then she supposedly deposit a check then asks him to take the money out and send it back to her in a western union it has ruined our 17 I do is cry I can't stand the lies I would just want to end it they never have talked or met just texted something is wrong with this picture I met a man last night who claimed he worked for an oil company out of Houston but never would say a name.

I'm luck I knew he gonna ask me money since he mentioned his dad died in Hong Kong and left him 11M, hahaha. I knew the minute I accepted a friend request from a stranger I had made a BIG mistake especially when he responded on Messenger almost instantly.

Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Here’s how it works: The scammers set up dating profiles to meet potential victims.

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

Then he spent 20 minutes describing how bad one of his former online dates' vagina smelled. It was awful." "I met this sexy guy on Plenty Of Fish and he started asking me what shoe size I was and what color my toenails were painted. When we got to the party I told him I had to use the restroom and I'd meet up with him later.

So I asked him if he had a foot fetish, and he was like, 'Any normal man wants his woman to have nice feet.' Then a couple days later he brought up my feet again, and I told him I just didn't see a future for us. Then I ran into some friends and was chatting with them and kind of lost track of time.I started talking to a guy says he works overseas in a oil company has a daughter in boarding school. He lived in Ohio but worked for a company in Texas on an oil well out in the Gulf.Didn't seem to know anything about Hurrican Harvey. I cut it off fairly quickly last night but at I got on my phone to check the weather and my FB was open.If this happens to you, please report it at ftc.gov/complaint — click on Scams and Rip-Offs, then select Romance Scams. 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.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 .Last weekend we promised to chat sometime in a weekend, but suddenly he stopped calling me, sending me any messages, so I googled. I have been talking to "Robert Dietrish" for months. His wife died from cancer, his son had a brain tumor while at Boarding School in London, he cannot cash his check gor 2.7 million because the government tax agency is demanding ,000 in taxes up front. Looked too good to be true and the accent on the phone was not German. I called his bluff on Aug 1st and reported him to all Malaysian authorities. Kuala Lumpur going on for a year now...called his bluff today. His timeline says he is from Frankfurt, Germany but lives in SF, CA. Almost all are either widowed or divorced, approximately 50 years old and in the oil or gas exploration business. His email is drrkbrt Claims his wife died 8 years ago and his son is in Califormia in an institution.