Chris Grant, Trauma Surgeon? Scam?

by SML
(Concord, CA, USA)

I've only been chatting with him one week but there's red flags all over. Nigeria or money has not been mentioned yet. He claims he's from the UK, been here in the US for 4 years working as a trauma surgeon in San Jose, CA.

He has one son living with his ex father-in-law in the UK because his ex-wife is in a rehab facility for drug use. I did a google image search and received 4 hits with the same images and all stating more or less the same limited info about him.

Of course the United Nations was involved in his work background. He doesn't elaborate much on the questions I ask him through texting so today I finally challenged him to call me. He did call but it was a terrible connection cutting in and out and he has a very thick English accent so between those 2 issues not much info was learned.

I am now trying to get him to meet me seeing how far I get with it and if he will actually follow through. He is proposing next weekend but I'm sure he'll wiggle out of that. In the meantime I'm having fun playing with his mind. I think he is a total scammer and not authentic at all.

Has anybody else been contacted by him?

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Aug 20, 2017
Chris Grant
by: Anonymous

He contacted me. His real name is Chris. He lives in Africa and he is 29 years old. His birthday is August 23.

He has a phone number with area code 510.

He told me he was a doctor in a long story.

He contact me in Viber and he also he is using the picture of some important lawyer.

Aug 14, 2017
Chris Grant
by: Cynthia

Always send pic if possible as that way others can see if he is using a different name. Also do not send any 💰 no matter what any of them say. If they have these positions there is no reason that they need your money.

Do not get caught up sending money to another country as it could be illegal.

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