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Name: Eric Jones


Email: carrymetomoon1966@yahoo,com


Address:
Ikeja Lagos Nigeia


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We met online at match.com. He asked me to go over to yahoo so we could talk. Before I knew it he took his profile down and asked me to. We talked everyday about this wonderful life he wanted with me. Then he said he need 2500 to leave Nigeria with his antique and gold goods for his late grandmas store he was taking over. The money was for a security company to deliver the goods to his grandmas home in Jacksonville FL. He claimed there was fraud on his credit card and it was canceled. Bank of America wouldnt send him money without his signature. To make a long story short I got sucked in by this supposed widower of 2 children. I lost a total of over 3500.00. Ladies Beware


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2014-09-27, 23:14:30
summitsbeauty from United States  
I know this man Eric Jones as Alex Walker and he was trying to scam me. However the man that finally called me on the phone was not the man in this picture. The scammer called me from Nigeria and it was a black African man. The man in the picture is not the scammer. My email is summitsbeauty@yahoo.com for anyone that wants more information about my experience with this scammer. Thank god I was smarter than him and called him out before he asked me for money which I don't have any anyway.
2015-01-14, 10:08:46
anonymous  
Hey I just got messages starting a couple of days ago!! Thanks for sharing. I had so many red flags about this one!! I'm so sorry to the woman who's adorable hubby is being plastered everywhere as a bad guy . I'll try to add more pics he sent me three. And to you women who lost money I'm so very very sorry.


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2015-01-14, 10:11:02
anonymous  
And says he's working in Lagos. Same story and in fact I was curious because his messages seemed copied/pasted. English not so perfect. But I asked him to send me a message in Italian.... Lol no word.


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2015-01-29, 10:37:45
anonymous from United States  
Thank god for this post. He's still at it. On okcupid now. Beware he's no good.
2015-03-28, 03:05:34
edk196351@gmail.com from United States  
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i google imaged this picture sent from cyamkelssteve 2 on MATE1. LADIES AVOID THIS SITE. EVERY CONTACT ASKS FOR TEXT AND EMAIL ON YAHU YAHUU. MANY PRETEND TO BE MILITARY.
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Dating scammer Eric Jones



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2015-03-28, 03:05:39
edk196351@gmail.com from United States  
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i google imaged this picture sent from cyamkelssteve 2 on MATE1. LADIES AVOID THIS SITE. EVERY CONTACT ASKS FOR TEXT AND EMAIL ON YAHU YAHUU. MANY PRETEND TO BE MILITARY.
This image was also posted here:
Dating scammer Eric Jones



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2015-04-13, 18:05:20
anonymous  
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2015-12-06, 17:11:16
anonymous from Los Angeles, United States  
Hi i have been scammed by this man but his name is now Christopher Paolo Olsen and says he is now a US citizen but born in Italy widower of two daughters and stuck in Africa> This is very scary this is going on he took me for a lot of money please women don't buy into this like I did. We met on match.com basically the same scenarios as above
2015-12-06, 17:14:39
anonymous  
here is the photoshopped passport pic he sent me of him yes he did the same to me


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2015-12-06, 18:15:49
anonymous  
Below are other names used by a scammer Christopher Paolo Olsen:

Eric Jones
Steff Reed
Clark Benson
Luther Irish
Rich Golden

Also, the following are known associates Chris Olsen frequently used to validate his scam:

Oluwadamilare Olamilekan Adesina
Olayinka Rasak Olanrewaju
Gideon Ogbonna
Olayinka Olanrewaju
Philip Sanni
Yunusa Abubakar Omade
Boniface Allidama
Desaiah Limited
Israel Omotosho Akinwale
Ken Parkr Auto Group LLC, East Brunswick, NJ
2015-12-06, 18:20:45
anonymous  
My friend was scammed by this asshole she is such a beautiful woman and deserves to be happy but he took her for $1.5 million and she was on Dr Phil too. I hope that Chris whoever he is rots in hell
2015-12-07, 09:40:24
OJAS from United States  
Send this fake American passport to ic3.gov
2015-12-13, 16:56:20   (updated: 2015-12-13, 16:57:34)
anonymous  
The scammer utilizing the photos above is not the person in the photos as exposed on the Dr. Phil show in Feb 2015.
Beginning in August 2012 I began a `relationship` with a guy I met on Match . com who used the email address noted above as chris.olsen1966@yahoo.com and who shared many of the same pictures above with me over the next several months. He did not ask me for funds right away but took the time to gain my trust and loyalty. I am by nature a cautious and low risk individual who was always known for my uncanny ability to read people. My cautious nature and struggles with my weight made relationships for me difficult as I was guarded and rarely let anyone truly `know` me. The scammer took the time to ask me probing and personal questions which caused me to let me guard down and ultimately to begin trusting him. It also did not help my situation that several weeks after he began his scam on me, of being stranded in Nigeria and being treated unfairly by the government, it was broadcast on the national news a business man from England was just released from his captors after being help for over 2 years hostage until his family raised the ransom demands.
I truly believed the risk I took letting this scammer see ME resulted in finally finding someone who really loved me and that I could trust someone with my heart, for the first time in 40 years. This scammer was the only person I have ever told `I Love You` and will be the last.
Over the 3 year period, there were doubts which emerged as he was continually unable to meet any promises made regarding coming `home` to start a life with me and his 2 girls. However, at that point my emotional journey had progressed to the desparation phase of my emotional journey. The progression of emotions I experienced during the `relationship` were elation of finally being loved, determenation to help him out of the unfortunate situation, guilt that I could not do more, hurt from the disappointment and doubt he expressed that I was not doing all I could, renewed determination to the point of risking my financial future, growin distrust as our conversations began to be all about money, devastation from his angry words and messages, desperation to continue the `relationship` given my financial hardship, embarrassement, humiliation, anger with myself for allowing him to hurt me and complete isolation in it all. The bottom line is that while I had never met this scammer for all intense purposes my first relationship in my life was abusive emotionally and financially.
I had stop communicating with the scammer several times only to be sucked back mainly due to my financial situation. It had been a few months since I had spoken with him when I saw the commercial for the Dr. Phil show. As it turned out the lady on the show was in a `relationship` with the scammer at the same time as I was. No big surprise now that all the facts as known. I fear there are other women whose lives have also been devastated by this scammer. I have been in contact with one lady and found, as we compared conversation history, he uses similar phrases like calling himself `your King and you his Queen`, referring to the lady as his `Wife` or `Mrs Olsen`, calling the lady `Babe`, calling the lady `Your Highness`, telling the lady she is `the best woman in the whole world` for helping him, calling the lady `his Angel`, etc.
I pray no one else suffers from this scammers vile, repulsive, evil acts.
God Bless!
2015-12-13, 17:01:54
anonymous  
The scammer utilizing the photos above is not the person in the photos as exposed on the Dr. Phil show in Feb 2015.

Beginning in August 2012 I began a `relationship` with a guy I met on Match . com who used the email address noted above as chris.olsen1966@yahoo.com and who shared many of the same pictures above with me over the next several months. He did not ask me for funds right away but took the time to gain my trust and loyalty. I am by nature a cautious and low risk individual who was always known for my uncanny ability to read people. My cautious nature and struggles with my weight made relationships for me difficult as I was guarded and rarely let anyone truly `know` me. The scammer took the time to ask me probing and personal questions which caused me to let me guard down and ultimately to begin trusting him. It also did not help my situation that several weeks after he began his scam on me, of being stranded in Nigeria and being treated unfairly by the government, it was broadcast on the national news a business man from England was just released from his captors after being help for over 2 years hostage until his family raised the ransom demands.

I truly believed the risk I took letting this scammer see ME resulted in finally finding someone who really loved me and that I could trust someone with my heart, for the first time in 40 years. This scammer was the only person I have ever told `I Love You` and will be the last.

Over the 3 year period, there were doubts which emerged as he was continually unable to meet any promises made regarding coming `home` to start a life with me and his 2 girls. However, at that point my emotional journey had progressed to the desparation phase of my emotional journey. The progression of emotions I experienced during the `relationship` were elation of finally being loved, determenation to help him out of the unfortunate situation, guilt that I could not do more, hurt from the disappointment and doubt he expressed that I was not doing all I could, renewed determination to the point of risking my financial future, growin distrust as our conversations began to be all about money, devastation from his angry words and messages, desperation to continue the `relationship` given my financial hardship, embarrassement, humiliation, anger with myself for allowing him to hurt me and complete isolation in it all. The bottom line is that while I had never met this scammer for all intense purposes my first relationship in my life was abusive emotionally and financially.

I had stop communicating with the scammer several times only to be sucked back mainly due to my financial situation. It had been a few months since I had spoken with him when I saw the commercial for the Dr. Phil show. As it turned out the lady on the show was in a `relationship` with the scammer at the same time as I was. No big surprise now that all the facts as known. I fear there are other women whose lives have also been devastated by this scammer. I have been in contact with one lady and found, as we compared conversation history, he uses similar phrases like calling himself `your King and you his Queen`, referring to the lady as his `Wife` or `Mrs Olsen`, calling the lady `Babe`, calling the lady `Your Highness`, telling the lady she is `the best woman in the whole world` for helping him, calling the lady `his Angel`, etc.

I pray no one else suffers from this scammers vile, repulsive, evil acts.

God Bless!
2015-12-13, 17:01:54
anonymous  
The scammer utilizing the photos above is not the person in the photos as exposed on the Dr. Phil show in Feb 2015.

Beginning in August 2012 I began a `relationship` with a guy I met on Match . com who used the email address noted above as chris.olsen1966@yahoo.com and who shared many of the same pictures above with me over the next several months. He did not ask me for funds right away but took the time to gain my trust and loyalty. I am by nature a cautious and low risk individual who was always known for my uncanny ability to read people. My cautious nature and struggles with my weight made relationships for me difficult as I was guarded and rarely let anyone truly `know` me. The scammer took the time to ask me probing and personal questions which caused me to let me guard down and ultimately to begin trusting him. It also did not help my situation that several weeks after he began his scam on me, of being stranded in Nigeria and being treated unfairly by the government, it was broadcast on the national news a business man from England was just released from his captors after being help for over 2 years hostage until his family raised the ransom demands.

I truly believed the risk I took letting this scammer see ME resulted in finally finding someone who really loved me and that I could trust someone with my heart, for the first time in 40 years. This scammer was the only person I have ever told `I Love You` and will be the last.

Over the 3 year period, there were doubts which emerged as he was continually unable to meet any promises made regarding coming `home` to start a life with me and his 2 girls. However, at that point my emotional journey had progressed to the desparation phase of my emotional journey. The progression of emotions I experienced during the `relationship` were elation of finally being loved, determenation to help him out of the unfortunate situation, guilt that I could not do more, hurt from the disappointment and doubt he expressed that I was not doing all I could, renewed determination to the point of risking my financial future, growin distrust as our conversations began to be all about money, devastation from his angry words and messages, desperation to continue the `relationship` given my financial hardship, embarrassement, humiliation, anger with myself for allowing him to hurt me and complete isolation in it all. The bottom line is that while I had never met this scammer for all intense purposes my first relationship in my life was abusive emotionally and financially.

I had stop communicating with the scammer several times only to be sucked back mainly due to my financial situation. It had been a few months since I had spoken with him when I saw the commercial for the Dr. Phil show. As it turned out the lady on the show was in a `relationship` with the scammer at the same time as I was. No big surprise now that all the facts as known. I fear there are other women whose lives have also been devastated by this scammer. I have been in contact with one lady and found, as we compared conversation history, he uses similar phrases like calling himself `your King and you his Queen`, referring to the lady as his `Wife` or `Mrs Olsen`, calling the lady `Babe`, calling the lady `Your Highness`, telling the lady she is `the best woman in the whole world` for helping him, calling the lady `his Angel`, etc.

I pray no one else suffers from this scammers vile, repulsive, evil acts.

God Bless!
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