George Roland - widower - oil rig worker

by Davinder
(San Diego )

He followed me on Instagram and I followed him back. He then texted me on that site and I started responding. He told me he's a widower. His wife Lizzy died in a motor crash 18 months ago and he has 2 kids - 8 year old Gibson and 5 year old Linda.

He said he's worked as an engineer for an oil rig for 25 years and he's home for another week (Houston, TX), but then has to go to the Gulf of Mexico for 6 weeks. He said he wants to marry me and we will all live together as one big family - my two kids and his two kids. I asked where?

In San Diego or Houston. He said I can chose, money is no object. I can look for s home and he will send the money over for it. This all happened in one day - I started talking to him yesterday - September 23, 2017 and he professed that he wants to marry me on the same day.

I google him up, and came upon this site. I texted him back last night that I believe he's trying to scam me and I will not fall for it.

Stay away from someone named George Roland. He looks really handsome on his profile picture and posts pictures of "his kids". This is probably not even him.


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Mar 15, 2020
Picture of George Roland
by: Anonymous

Can you please post the picture of him. I think I am being scammed too. Thank you.

May 19, 2019
George Roland
by: Anonymous

I was scammed by this fellow.

He is a Nigerian posing to be that handsome guy he sends to all his victims.

He eventually admitted it to me after I have lost several thousands of dollars for itune cards and iphones and money supposedly sent for his daughter's birthday and other medical expenses.


The photos he uses is an innocent person. They impersonate other people- mostly good looking ones because they know no one would chat to them had they post their true self.

These Nigerians are very good at computers and they know how to record stolen videos of their victims and make it like its a live video chat.

Their give-away are, they asked for itunes, their accent and the way they construct their messages.

My scammer used fake identification and fake US passport to convince me that he was real.

Just pure evil and heartless scammers.

Nov 22, 2017
George Roland
by: Anonymous

I heard the same story. Guy has two kids but worked in construction in TX. Next he said a machine started on fire and his hands were burnt. I’m not an idiot. I told him to contact his insurance company. He of course didn’t have it.

I told him that I know plenty of contractors and could figure out how he could replace it cheaply. I knew it was a lie. Then he started talking about working on an oil rig for BP! At this point I was just messing with him. At that point he said he had malaria! Lol,

I am a FNP and told him how to treat it. That irritated him because he wanted money. I told him I wasn’t giving him a cent. If he wanted anything he could come to me. Surprise, surprise he stopped talking to me. I reported him to Instagram.

His email was

I’ve simply started collecting pics and posting them on my IG account after reporting them and messaging everyone that followes these dirtballs.

Nov 15, 2017
George Roland/AKA Chris Anderson
by: Anonymous

Yup. I see Chris Anderson everywhere. He too is out of Houston on an Oil Rig. Contacted me August 17th on Words with Friends.

What a complete scammer this guy is.

Sounds like he is one busy creature.

I pray no one send him a dime.

Sep 27, 2017
George Roland
by: Robin

Yep mine also was a widow with 2 kids, wife died in a car crash 3 years ago. We talked for 3 months on Instagram and he wanted to get married. Would be off the oil rig in October and would relocate to Alabama to be with me.

Ha, thank God I found this site before I fell in love. So I was prepared when he finally ask for money.


Sep 25, 2017
George Roland
by: Cynthia

I cannot believe that these scammers are still using "I am an Engineer, my wife died, my mom an dad are also dead and I have one or two kids". These are the same stories over an over.
Stop falling for these same scam stories.

Do not send anybody money as you could be caught up in a money laundering scam and go to jail.

Women have lost their all of their savings loss their jobs an mpst important have loss their HOMES.
These scammers take your 💰 an move on to the next.
If they ask for money which they will delete them

Come on ladies we all should be smarter than this
Date someone in your home state where you can have a real date a real husband.

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