Is he the scammer? Did you see him somewhere?

by Anonymous
(Vietnam)

I met him on the professional platform. He sent me the connect request and I accepted. After some days chatting, he requested to move out to whatsapp for easier chat and exchange pictures or documents if necessary.


3 weeks passed, and he sent me a lot of his pictures. I can guess his purpose is not a friendship, but he hasn't talked about it and not talked much. Just a normal communication but chat everyday, start in the morning, lunch time, evening.

Is he a scammer? Did you see him somewhere?

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Jun 15, 2020
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Faking Good
by: Anonymous

I got a connection request on LinkedIn from a 'Polish' guy from the UK; after accepting it, he sent a message. After few exchange of messages, he asked which platform I use. We chatted on Viber. He kept telling me that he is in love with me after two weeks and wanted to marry me despite me telling him that I'm married. He said that he always prays for me and family. He played the role of a very caring person, romantic and used endearment terms.

We communicated for more than three months.

He said that we are to share our problems with each other. All of his problems revolved around his engineering project in Indonesia; 'borrowed' money after the first month of communication. Initially, I gave him a contact to seek advice regarding his equipment but he insisted that it was a big thing that no advice can help except that his excavator be fixed.

I sent money to Indonesia and he 'borrowed' some more money because the amount was not enough for the repair of the excavator then he 'used' the money as a deposit for the purchase of excavator. When I told him that I do not have money anymore, he wanted me to 'borrow' from my family and friends and sell my jewelleries. My relative in the Philippines deposited money over there.

He asked for my family photos taken in Scotland and other parts of the UK. It is likely that he will alter our photos and use them to deceive others.

He sent fake documents- passport, flight itinerary, project contract, excavator invoice, IP/ID server funds transfer to show off or wanted me to get into more trouble; sent videos showing how much money he has but cannot send money overseas because he has reached the maximum limit and bank account is frozen.

He would get so stressed that could not sleep until 3 to 4 a.m. but would go to work as an engineer at 8 a.m. and worked late. He would see a doctor to 'prove' that he was very sick so that I would pity him and lend him money for him to secure his project in Indonesia. He mentioned a number of times wanting to come (despite international travel bans) so I could help transfer his cash money to Indonesia; eventually said he was too sick to come and it would be very risky during the pandemic.

I found out last month that all he sent me are fake including photos and video. He used many photos of Andrew Adams of KSL and made a 'storyboard'. He made up stories and things to say that would relate to my personal life and my family. When I stopped communicating on Viber, he emailed saying that he was worried about me and that he was wondering if he has done something wrong.

I got back to him on Viber telling him that I do not think that he is real. He said that I hurt his feelings and asked what about our good times and wanted me to stop saying things for he needed to sleep already!

Mar 02, 2020
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Someone see this man
by: Author

He said he's a single man, 45 years old and not like other scammers (they are widow with a teenage kids). No girlfriend now. He don't say he will come to my country to meet me. He just says he wants me to come to him at his country in the US.

But we didn't talk more about our family, relatives, or the out past. He always sent me his pictures everyday, sometimes his video of activity at the gym center. That's why I'm really messy.

Thanks to all of you. I will keep my heart not out of my mind. Wait and see who he really is

Mar 01, 2020
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Beware
by: Anonymous

All scammers move you to another app to chat. That is a red flag. I don't know this one but have dealt with many of them and I hunt them to get them off sites. My advice the minute he asks you for money or cards is to delete him and block him.

They never stop unless you do. Don't get attached to him!

Mar 01, 2020
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Is he the scammer
by: Anonymous

Beware! He is one of the biggest scammers out there with several aliases. He scammed my friend out of thousands of dollars.

Stay tuned, his requests will come!

Feb 29, 2020
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Did you see him somewhere?
by: Anonymous

The scammer is normally very patient and after 6 weeks or so, he will need money for his project. My advise is don't fall in love with a picture. I know sometimes it is hard not falling into it. With his nice smile and sweet caring talk you wish you could find someone who in the movie and romantic and the one who you could count on.

If you just want to have a sweet dream for yourself its fine, we can have a day dream! Just don't send money or any thing that cost your financial issue. Just be smart for yourself.

Feb 29, 2020
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Yes a scammer
by: Anonymous

When a person asks you to go to a different method of chatting quickly he is a scammer. You can tell by the way they write. If they are widowed, kids in boarding school they are scammers.

Feb 29, 2020
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Is he a scammer teply
by: Anonymous

You can check his picture on tineye.Com and this will tell you if he is definitely a scammer. Hope this helps.

If he asks you for money/i tunes vouchers he is a scammer.

DO NOT SEND HIM MONEY ETC !!!!

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