Other Comments: THIS GUY IS A SCAMER POSTING ADS ALL OVER THE PLACE SEEKING MONEY FOR SICK FAMILY, OR LACK OF PROPER HOUSING, OR LACK OF FOOD. HE HAS ADS ON THE FOLOWING SITES SUGARDADDYFORME.COM, SEEKINGARRANGEMENT.COM, GAYSUGARDADDYFINDER.COM SENDING HIM ANY FORM OF SUPPORT REGARDLESS OF STORY YOU WILL BE BURNED. HE USES A RUSSIAN ADOPTED STORY AND VARIOUS YOUTUBE AND MODELING SITE VIDEOS
Got a match on a dating website start chatting with him (yahoo messenger) and he says he's in St.Louis. A week later in springfield Il, doing some work. After a week, in Nashville, and had problems. every day tells me that wants me to send the money to him via western union. 'No money No Honey. That's a Scam for sure! I never thought that scammers will take all that time to rip of somebody, and more, playing along in the internet dating. Beware.
Shawn tries to keep up a regular correspondence, but all messages you receive contain no concrete information in them. After changing a few calls and text he begins urgently to ask for money to cover expenses for using the Internet, phone solving any kind of problems (money stolen, phone broken, to pay the rent or repairs, pay hotel bill, to buy a ticket home from another city, is arrested etc.). It will continue like as long you send money. As soon as you stop sending your money, Shawn Disappears
Guys don't worry i have been scammed too in the meantime report this illegal activity.
anonymous from United States
Yup ur mI cousin. dat dude bang BANG old men for $$ this shit jUst maDe us closer. what part of the game iz thizt .
u Known ur brother in heaven on this Suka a$$ chest right now!!!.. He WaS A small price to pay to get that bullshit out yUr lIfE. now you got your own $$ YOUR OWN CRIB wit out the leach on you talking what shUDDA been yours, or business money
you already knew what he was but you so genuine you, U love and wanted to spread loved and take care care of everything i know where you heart was.
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anonymous from United States
i really missed you so much and i haven't heard you,i want to let you know dat my best friend kevin will be going for surgery in the next 2 days,and i'm cash traped for now,the doctor said dat the Bills for the surgery will be $855 but all i can afford is $450,hun i don't know wat to do,i want you to advise me on wat to do,cuz i don't wanna lose him and i know you'll not like me to lose my friend.i don't feel like telling you dis cuz it will look as if i'm loving you for money,i'm not if only i had it i won't ask you,hun i want to lat you know dat i'll do anything to make you happy i'll come back home cuz i really wanna see you and make love with you,i'll stop here call me after reading this so i can be sure you got my message.Love Shawn
Hi got a call about a month ago from a supposedly Mukhtar Osuman 233242801018, asking had I called his number, now the thing is once a scammer get your number others will try you, nine out of ten times it is the same scammer with a different name, different supposedly mo. Has email firstname.lastname@example.org, has a facebook account under name Richrock Dueces,I promise you it is the same voice as a supposedly Richard Tucker, Richard Tucker Oppong, but I am stupid, I don't know any better. Talked every day called often times throughout the day professing love for you, often times into the wee hours until they have you supposedly hooked on them then come smoothly with a way of asking for monies, once you don't have any for them they move on to the next culprit. I tell you it's money , money money, that's what they are after. Me I got bills myself and need more is knocking at my door, so why should I fall victim to giving my hard earned money to one, getting it illegal. It is time out for them making a killing off of us, while they sit back and laugh. they give you bogus names, made up email accounts and made up FB and other social accounts when they friend request you it is to get pictures of you and those that are in your social network, then pretend to be you or someone on your page under a made up profile, asking for monies from others.
He's feeding on codependency. Any single sign of it gets him act on it. Understand. First works to create a strong illusion of emotional bond, then uses that to the last point. If the guy is unwilling to give up the illusion, he continues with him. Got that. It's very fortunate that you put the effort to spread the word about him. I'm sure it helped many guys out there!. We need to reach more guys he knows and warn them, he has them lined up.
anonymous from United States
Thanks Cuzzie mike for the encouraging post, Damm who know i thought i was the only one. Guys don't choose to fast, you just can not judge a book by it's cover, make sure that what you see it what you get, and read in between the lines. Don't put you faith in someone's reputation as he was illuminating a shadow of what he was suppose to be.
Ok Guys Top 5 Tips Cuz no one wants to be the car's fifth wheel
1. He should work period, in this work i do not know anyone who wants to hide a phone call at work too if in love.
2. Gifts sure by things, but do not send to that anyones house, keep at receipts in my case i was deep in love and spent a few g's on gifts when he never show up I cashed everything back in.
3. Do not Send any money via any service sure anyone can send a 40 postal money order here and there.
4. If a person seems busy he is. probably hiding your calls or your text from other people so notice it quickly.
5. if a guy is truly in love he will drop his world to see you, without any financial pretext or clause. nothing wrong with online dating.
Don't like it this way, robbing the prodigal man of his virtues, making guys do things they never thought they do. The web is watching him and he can now think about his own self respect and what putting his career and his life thru.
May the Protocalipaora maggot fly lay eggs in the testicles and the hatchlings pillage the anuses of all scammers wherever they may be hiding.
In Response to E. Snyder, and the other guys who got ripped if your local tell someone you all mutually know he will try to hook anyone he can. save every piece of communication, all western unions receipts down to text and email conversations. record phone calls, he has written his future in stone now.
Guys might as well run if you do not want your tears to fall like the rain. Honestly I think the guys he staying with are pimping him out. They sure do give him a ride to get the money so technically there OK with him scamming.
IM ALSO 100% PERCENT SURE THERE HIS PICTURES, THERE REAL BUT... THE LOVE BEHIND IT IS NOT
Hey guys don't forget we need every number you guys may have, address,locations, he wants to go to. I have wonder what one feels when they find out about this on the own. Please do not contact others on Facebook or other non scam report. Let's pull this information together so that we may protect our own brothers.
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A typical Internet dating scam goes like this:
1. A person registers at an online dating service and creates a profile. The profile will include information, and possibly a photograph, of the person along with a way for interested people to make contact.
2. In due course, a scammer contacts the person posing as someone interested in exploring a possible romantic relationship.
3. The victim responds and the pair begins corresponding regularly. They may soon bypass the dating service contact system and start communicating directly, usually via email.
4. Over time, the scammer will slowly earn the trust of the victim. He or she may discuss family, jobs and other details designed to make the correspondent seem like a real person who is genuinely interested in the victim. Photographs may be exchanged.
5. After the scammer has established the illusion of a genuine and meaningful relationship, he will begin asking the victim for money. For example. The scammer may use a variety of excuses to entice the victim to send funds.
6. If the victim complies and sends money, he or she will probably receive further such requests. With his or her judgment clouded by a burgeoning love for the scammer's character, may continue to send money.
7. Finally, the victim will come to realize that he or she has been duped, perhaps after waiting fruitlessly at the airport for a 'lover' who, will, of course, never arrive.
8. Meanwhile, the scammer pockets the money and moves on to the next victim. In fact, the scammer may be stringing along several victims simultaneously.