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There may be tens of thousands of victims, and only a small fraction report it to the FTC.
If this happens to you, please report it at ftc.gov/complaint — click on Scams and Rip-Offs, then select Romance Scams. Said he is from Mexico, living in California, working a rig in Mexico Gulf.
I’m so sorry the outcome wasn’t what I wanted Debbie and Nancy, I have been talki g to Jack who lives in Alabama. Jack says he works on a rig and is on Alaska right now. I heard also about itunecards, school exam, bday, and coat of vacation. I got the "do you mind if we share photos through email?
second day there says his machine broke needs money. I did send him 2 I tunes cards because he said he needed them for his i Phone I have Android phone so I did n t know. Still thinking its not a scam bec i seem Him good guy and good looking too. " Contacted me through online dating site and also mentioned his daughter. I am contacting the guy on the pics that he sent me and let them know what is going on. Hi lucimill40, Can you describe what he looks like in the pictures he sent you? I have been talking to this guy I met also on an online dating site.
The information you give will go into a secure database that law enforcement uses for investigations . He’s sweet and has an accent that is not African but has 5 out of the 7 red flags of a scammer.
I’ve tried to do a background check and couldn’t find him.
The "guys" start off as sweet and kind, gaining your trust but sometimes months after, needing money from you.
If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer.He hasn't asked me for money, but he just doesn't add up. Engineer on oil rig in Gulf; widowed; 12-year-old daughter in boarding school in Orlando. Hi Nancy, I was talking to a guy name Powell Macaulay he was an engineer too he had a 8 year old daughter and a widower his wife die three years ago from breast cancer.And i was shocked to discover that its probably a scam. Needed i Tunes cards for daughter’s birthday b/c his bank funds were secured. He was on a oil rig in Gulf of Mexico his drill bit broke and needed money to fix it and then he asked for a i Tune card unfortunately for him he didn’t get any money from me. I'm going to play him back, just figuring out how.Plus, we've talked on the phone a few times, and he sounds more like a 20-something man than one in his 50's.I admit that I'm starting to fall for him, but there's been a nagging little doubt in my mind.
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he professes his live daily and even has time set up to meet me. He too sent me “do you mind if we share photos through email” too. So many people have the same stories...including someone I know.