Nigerian Dating Scams

by Anonymous
(San Francisco)

A D T - Albert Dennis Timothy - Claims to be an engineer - originally from Texas and grew-up in Johannesburg and the UK with his mom. Dad supposedly passed when he was 4 years old. He supposedly is responsible for his 4-year old niece who lives with his aunt (both parents supposedly died in an accident and he was left responsible for this little girl's future). He says he is well off and money is no object.


See the attachments below for a perfect description of him and he even has a LinkedIn account. Whoever this person is, he is not smart enough as all his educational background does not match up to what the schools offer nor do his job posting.

Connected on Hinge and a few days later he asked if we could connect on Whatsapp.

He was supposedly traveling to Dallas last night "to implement a proposal he made" and was supposedly picked up by a private jet. It was too good to be true and he has not texted since then.

I had been asking a lot of questions since texting with him because he sounded too good to be true and the photos were just too perfect looking. And, for stating where he is currently living - in Santa Monica, the background sounds I was hearing during our conversations (local street sounds, honking of cars, etc) just didn't seem to match up, especially when I am too familiar with California! He said he was moving to San Francisco at the end of October and had bought a place in downtown SF (another odd thing as he posted that he was living in Burlingame proper on Hinge and then it was changed two days later - which was when I reported it on the app). As soon as I told him that things don't sound right, he got defensive and told me that he does not like stress.

Luckily, I never posted my real name on the dating app nor did I give it to him when he asked for it. Thank goodness for the mother instinct that I have!!!! Lol.

I feel bad for the person that this scammer is using.

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