And if the person’s online profile disappears a few days after they meet you, that’s another tip-off. i know he has all the sighns i dont want to believe it. Of course I refused but he pleaded but he kept telling about his son who needs financial assistance. He sent me pictures of him even a picture of his own house in the USA. He's a sweet talker and uses "my queen" and "baby" a lot. he said I am the real person my identity was stolen. He claims he wants to come visit but says I have to pick up his luggage at the airport or he can't come. Still waiting to hear what he's going to say next. He's 52, a widower with 24 year old son in boarding school in Atlanta Georgia.
Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason. i fell in love with a man i know hes not real but god he makes me feel alive, i have never talked to him only by email, hes very good of convincing his love for me. He said that his card is now ready to be sent to me with M on it. Everyday he's emailing me nice poems saying I'm his queen. I tracked him down on the sight we 1st met when I recognised similar pictures. Now says he needs money as his son was in a terrible accident in Africa and has no way of getting money, even though he works for the UN. I want to get to the bottom of this, i am so angry. All the songs and pictures he has sent make me think he is very clever. This guy is a general in the Army, he's in Syria right now Says I'm the woman of his dreams likes older woman I'm 10 years older!
We wrote last week about American Express’ new prepaid debit card, which is being billed as a low-fee, easy-to-understand alternative to the cluttered (and frankly shady) prepaid debit market.
We agreed, to an extent: most prepaid cards charge for everything under the sun, including withdrawals, purchases, and balance inquiries.
After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account. I'VE spoken with him via skype WITH video so I know his real face. :( If you have read enough stories on this site, you have no option BUT to believe he is a scammer. Oh, Devastated, I am so sorry to hear your heartbreaking story. You said you got a credit card that you didn't apply for. crazyann, I met a fake US military named Frank Edward.
The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country. I believed too that he is my perfect match, directly from God Himself! His story, his girlfriend of 7 years cheated on him. That could mean that someone stole your personal information to get a credit card. He met me on FB sending me good poems and alway called ,e "my Queen". he also says he loves me and plans to be here end of month. this guys says any man would not wait 8 months to see their girl. I was involved with this kind of man he won't stop asking large amount of money until all money is gone.
They ask you to: Did you know you can do an image search of your love interest’s photo in your favorite search engine? You can report a scam to Money Gram (1-800-926-9400) or Western Union (800-448-1492) Tell the wire transfer companies what names these people are using, and the locations where they pickup money. I met a man and claimed to be a US Navy Captain base in Yemen. After I wan not able to send what he wanted..was gone. You've done an impressive job and our whole communitry will be thankful to you. I have been telling him that I will send the money.then I told him I didn't believe him and he got very annoyed with me when I told him this... I met him in waplog site and continue our courting in fb then invite me to make an account in gmail, he told me he's a commanding general in us army and was assigned in Afghanistan, his wife died in a fatal accident and had a 14yrs old son studying in boarding school,to make the story short we became boyfriend and girlfriend promising me a bright future.