Nigerian Tinder Scam

I met "David" on Tinder. David Bustamante claimed to be from Dallas and stationed in Nigeria with the army. He told me he wanted to get married and loved me after two days of talking. He said that he needed money for a wireless subscription in order to continue chatting with me. He said no one else would help him.


I did not send the money but wanted to warn others of this scammer.

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Oct 07, 2017
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Nigerian Tinder Scam
by: Cynthia

Good for you and do not send them any 💰money.

I hope someday soon all the women of the world will get the message that those guys only want your money and that is all that want.

Do not support their expensive style or even pay their mortgage notes as we have own rent to pay.

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Nigerian Tinder Scam
by: Anonymous

Did he have an accent?

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