Anyway he denied all and had accused me of stealing his money! No one deployed overseas in a hot spot should be using a dating site. My would be scammer asked me to let his bank wire his money into my account to save it from being confiscated.
At least I recognized that as a variant of the Nigerian scam.
I have pics of him too and gave them and all his info he gave me, to my son (who is a police officer) to research him. Chris gave me all fake info including a fake SS #, birthdate, telephone #, fake parents name and all. Also felt heartbroken because I felt that he really was sincere and being honest.
I'm glad I didn't send him any cash and kept refusing his request to send him money. But, reading all these testimonials has me feeling like I’m not alone and a lot better. but the good thing that I feel inlove with their girl in the picture and not the guy or girl who was telling me all those positive things.. I sent him a 500 walmart card back in April so he could pay some bills here in the states.
First he said send it Western Union,then he said no, send it through Money Gram. Want me to sent him lots of money for flight to come here and meet me and marry me.
Same person claiming to be General Townsend, born in Griffin Georgia, and is overseas fight the war.......wanted me to send two I-tunes cards because he's not able to have any money and can't access his bank while there..........hmmmmm go figure He's is also in love with me and wants us to be together when he gets back to the states......................
A simple phone call, email or text, saying “Look what I just found” and sharing this information may make a difference in someone else’s life.
It would be great if these could be generated in an easily printed format.