Scammer Information Details of Scam Report
met on Match.com, which he dropped immediately after messaging me there. He spoke with a British accent, not sure if it was real or not, and moved real fast to being uber personal, lots of romantic stuff, love betrothal and finally a story about his mother needing surgery in New Brunswick Canada, and needing some money from me to ensure her recovery was successful. Found today that his number had these complaints. An email he is using is email@example.com and gets you to link up with him on Yahoo Messenger. His emails led down the road to wanting a relationship in less than a month, but he slipped up by changing his name. Then came a story about his trust fund not yet being available to him and needing a loan for a week from me... I was expecting that was where it would end up, and it did. He apparently goes for Males and Females with his romantic shtick... he claimed to live in San Francisco however his Match.com published income would never support that. Used a vague story about his former male partner hurting him so badly and was looking for a guy who he could sacrifice all for everyday. He clearly uses dating site profiles to pick out his victims, and becomes what someone is looking for. He has found a way to spoof this number so it will show up as him calling if you have it in your contacts. He slips up often enough that unless you are a complete idiot you will smell a rat. Contradicts himself between email, text messages and occasional phone calls.
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