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If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam. 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.

Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common. 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.

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. They are evil in reality once they got the money they want they will stop talking and chatting with you. They are all scammers with an ugly faces behind the pictures he is sending to you. to the point that I have to cut off some of my bills and luxuries in life. He hit me up for taxes on the money 3 times, it came from S Africa. He is supposed to be getting eight and a half million. OMG All hell broke loose, He has been calling, texting and emailing me. He said if I don't pay the money on the 1st so he can get his money he is going to have us killed.

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. I told him last night, I trusted him, but I can't send him more $$. Right now I don't know how to pay off the loan with a high interest rate. I am so dumb I trusted my life with this man and promised me of getting married once he came back to US but he never show up they are not gonna show up but they will just keep their facebook accpount opened no emails and nothing. He had to return to Africa twice to get some certificate that had to be with the money. He said it will give us enough money to last us forever. It said his father was 59 when he deposited the money for Richard and the date of the deposit was 2011. So I googled the attorney and got his number and I called him to verify that he wrote the email. Several people have been emailing us and threatening us.

Claims to be widowed (wife passed from cancer 6 years ago - Victoria), two children in mid/late 20s daughter Anna getting married next month in New Jersey and a son Nathan. I am also fearful I will be in trouble with the police... He says he's on the run, but keeps texting and phoning me. He sucked me in with my wife and child died during childbirth. He said he works for the UN and his wife died of cancer. Out of all of them, only one shows friends - the rest have their friend list blocked. I could smell the scam when I couldn't find him living in Lauderdale in his house he owned.

I asked if that's where he got his Nigerian accent. While we were talking I snapped the picture he used but I didn't get a picture of the girl he claimed was his daughter. This man and this girl, whomever they are are being used like this. He wasn't a very good scammer but I probably didn't play his game correctly either. One more thing, he asked me many times if I ever talked to anyone else I didn't know on FB. It was definitely creepy how he (or someone) always knew the minute I got on FB. In 2 weeks they start saying they are in love with you. Needed to get it out of his hands ASAP before company found out. Your story is similar to mine except I sent money through Western Union and Moneygram.

I could hear someone in the background telling him to say something that I wouldn't know the difference. Also, he would ask what the weather was like 'over there'. I am so glad I googled catfishing oil field and found this sight Thank you for sharing your story Mine said he worked for Chevron off shore rigs. I think American police FBI and Interpol should cooperate urgently to stop such scammers. i know he has all the sighns i dont want to believe it.

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

The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.

Claims to be widowed (wife passed from cancer 6 years ago - Victoria), two children in mid/late 20s daughter Anna getting married next month in New Jersey and a son Nathan. I am also fearful I will be in trouble with the police... He says he's on the run, but keeps texting and phoning me. He sucked me in with my wife and child died during childbirth. He said he works for the UN and his wife died of cancer. Out of all of them, only one shows friends - the rest have their friend list blocked. I could smell the scam when I couldn't find him living in Lauderdale in his house he owned.I asked if that's where he got his Nigerian accent. While we were talking I snapped the picture he used but I didn't get a picture of the girl he claimed was his daughter. This man and this girl, whomever they are are being used like this. He wasn't a very good scammer but I probably didn't play his game correctly either. One more thing, he asked me many times if I ever talked to anyone else I didn't know on FB. It was definitely creepy how he (or someone) always knew the minute I got on FB. In 2 weeks they start saying they are in love with you. Needed to get it out of his hands ASAP before company found out. Your story is similar to mine except I sent money through Western Union and Moneygram. I could hear someone in the background telling him to say something that I wouldn't know the difference. Also, he would ask what the weather was like 'over there'. I am so glad I googled catfishing oil field and found this sight Thank you for sharing your story Mine said he worked for Chevron off shore rigs. I think American police FBI and Interpol should cooperate urgently to stop such scammers. i know he has all the sighns i dont want to believe it. After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.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. I lost a total of ,000 US dollars part of it was applied for the loan and the rest are my savings money. So he decided he was getting an inheritance his dad left him.