Oil Rig Engineer scam
Beware ladies if an extremely handsome man, with a great smile, gorgeous brown eyes wants to be your friend. He is a smooth talker, will tell you he loves you immediately, asks for an ITune card so that he and you can keep talking. He will send you beautiful love poems and songs. He says he is a widower, having lost his wife in child birth with their second child. Has a 15 yr. old daughter in boarding school.
He is supposedly from Texas, but the first time I spoke to him I could tell he didn't have a Texas accent, sounded more Nigerian. We went on hangouts so we could talk privately and he text me many times a day. He would not answer a lot of the questions I asked him, although he did know quite a bit about working on an oil rig, but that doesn't mean he was working on one.
I know a lot about it too, because I have done an awful lot of research on Offshore Rigs since having met him. He send a lot of picture of himself, but recently I asked him for a recent photo of him working in his work gear. His response was he couldn't as his camera wasn't working. I asked him how the photos were taken and he said they were his old ones and I did believe that because you could tell that they were of him at different ages. When I suggested he have one of his co-workers take a photo and send it to his phone and then he could send it to my phone, his response was if I could I would.
Well that told me that the man in the photos I had, was not the same man I have been talking to. The guy probably had his profile photos stolen. This guy didn't want me to have a recent photo of him because he's not that guy. I do have to say he is very polite, respectful, never talked about sexual things, but the fact is he's a scammer.
Don't be taken in by him. These men are charmers, they're smart, but they are liars and devious people. He goes by the name Drew Phelps Johnson.