Jeffery Harris is now Robert Harris, oil rig scammer

by Suzanne
(Connecticut)

This is a stolen photo

This is a stolen photo

This person is not a retired army sergeant from Ohio, drilling engineer for Chevron, nor a widower. He is a scammer from Nigeria. He will romance you, say he is moving to your town, and eventually claim to be working on an oil rig. He will then ask for money to get him out of an equipment emergency so he can get to you.


He will constantly say you are the reason for the smile on his face. He does not have two grown children, but is using stolen photos from a real army veteran.

DO NOT BE FOOLED OR WASTE YOUR PRECIOUS TIME TALKING TO THIS PERSON!!!

He is on several dating and meetup sites. Block him immediately!!! Report him to FBI and FTC. This can be done quickly online.

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Sep 25, 2019
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Meetup scam
by: Anonymous

Someone using this photo contacted me on Meetup. He was going under the name "Harris Williams". Said he was a widower, 2 kids, lives in DC, but would be moving to my area in 1 month and 2 weeks.

I looked up his photo and found this site.

Figured he was a scammer pretty quickly because he started using terms of endearment very fast: baby, sweetie, sunshine, dear, babe, and "I really want you in my life".

I had used the "burner" app so he didn't have my real phone number, but I've already blocked him and reported it to Meetup.

Sep 06, 2019
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He’s using a different photo now
by: Anonymous

He’s currently on meetup.com with a different photo of the same man. Beware! He is a scammer and not who he says he is.

Aug 29, 2019
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Meetup scammer
by: Anonymous

I reverse image searched this guys pic from Meetup and found this page with the same pic he is using on Meetup. He messaged me and said he lives in DC, he is relocating to Chicago, his wife died in an auto accident, has 2 kids, blah, blah, blah.

I didn't chat with him too long. I said something about scammers and fake profiles. He said, "there are scammers on here?" Oh you are funny. But I'm too smart for you. I blocked him and reported him on Meetup. I cannot believe anyone still falls for these scams and ends up sending them large amounts of money.

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