Mark Saint also tried to scam me for money. Said he was from South Africa.
Miss Marple from United States
Please post what ever you got on this scammer ,photos,mails,documents as there are more women out there looking for information and can find it here and can avoid to get scammed!
I will not encourage my friends nor relatives to join match.com. The men that I was e-mailing were all scammers. After a few e-mails and conversation over the phone, I realized that they are not the person that they described. They stole pictures of men in the internet. I checked their e-mail address, it's origin is in UK. One of them whose pretending to be Glenn Bradson, he said he lived in Austria since he was 4 years old with his mom. He said that he is half british and half american. He immediately asked me to use IM, after we briefly talked over the phone. I had doubts and I insisted if I can talk to him again because his accent sounds like Nigerian or African, and I was right. I confronted him and he tried to convinced me and even said why I am accusing him. Another one whose name is Mark Saint, after I told him that I am disabled he disappear. Please beware of these men whose e-mail address is email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org, they are both scammers. They did not get anything from me because I have doubts that they could be fake. Listen to your guts if you feel that something doesn't add up or match with the profile and your conversation with these people either IM, e-mail or talking over the phone. All of these men will say that they are from US and working in Europe, don't believe them. If it's too good to be true, that means he's not real...he's FAKE! If the is star is from 0 to 10, I will give 0 star.