International dating no scammers
If you sent money by wire transfer service, you can report the scammer to the company. he ask me to open an account to transfer money bank to bank a very large amount of i refuse to do it he still talking to and ask to marry him and sending sweet image of heart all the time it sense like a real one i meet him in accidentally i did not look for him at all the small message give me email that i have been looking in fake email's and i cant till if they are fake because it is very privet and think it's real but i don't think it profile is Government Army please respond the answer mam Bridget Small i need the answer Please.. If you do these things, you are helping to commit a crime involving stolen money. You can stop sending messages if you don't want to talk. Unfortunately I recently fell victim to a romance scam online. The name of the person who scammed for a little bit of money is name Patrick Nguyen. They will ask u to open bank accts n give them the username password n Q&As.If you open a bank account, you tell the bank your name and your social security number. If this is a scam, the man might transfer stolen money into the account. I don't know which dating site u met this General on, but be aware that I have been sent 2-3 friend requests on Tango with this same name. These guys say the most beautiful things n tell u they love adore n want to spend the rest of their lives with you. They are scammers that do not care about u whatsoever. Most of them pose as widowed engineers with a child. They will try to transfer money into this acct, with ur name on it, via check. Thank God my bank caught the check which had been altered. Sure he scammed me for money but in the interim I learned a very valuable lesson. Im pretty sure this romance scam is happening too me his name is richard lance says hes a sgt stationed in africa hes got 2 kids wife died 2 years ago etc hes nevet asked for money but asked me to send a gift card to his sone i told him no hes basically made me fall in love anywsys he offered to give me money to help with my kids since my health is so bad i ignorantly gave him my login info he tried depositing a check into it but the check is in someone elses name my bank held it saying itd been altered but then said it will be available on the 21st im not exactly sure what to do or if i should say its fraud If you tell someone your bank account number they can take money out of your account.
Scammers create fake online profiles using photos of other people — even stolen pictures of real military personnel. And they tug at your heartstrings with made-up stories about how they need money — for emergencies, hospital bills, or travel. Here’s how it works: The scammers set up dating profiles to meet potential victims.Please report this to the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint.The details you give will go into a database that law enforcement uses for investigations. BEN HODGES i am talking to him every day and share a sweet words always and he is very sweet man i know a General can be.i dont like you barrow money to a friend bcs of i tot he is real but i start searching so army scam on internet is everywhere so i start doubt now.i ask asking send an email to me with army email add, it has 'mil' last part so now im confuse please hepl if he is real or not i Tunes card is a way of stealing as well. Hi I have been contacted by 3 different men (possible scammers) through Facebook I have pictures but as someone said you cannot share them on here.Almost was contacted by a third one who was old looking in his photo (widow which they like to pretend to have the victim in the photo to be) we didn't even talk 2 mins and the account was gone no trace or anything.
Must of been one of the scammers I had a previous fun time with online the day before. Omg he texts me at midnight last night said he was captured and bleeding and held hostage and he needs my help. Hi Unsure in texas, I too have come across guys that are asking for I-Tune gift cards. I am now texting with a guy who just this last weekend was relocated to an oil rig in the same place.
Well all I have to say is just be careful who you talk to and please please don't give anyone any money, they get mad they get mad, better them being mad at you then you having no money. (Now he's supposed to be in Texas so he said 2 weeks ago ) I said so your in Texas???? now today he asks me to send him an ITunes card in 2 places. After taking to one guy three weeks later I discover another one. They both claim to be working on an oil rigs in the Golf Of Mexico. Like a lot of these men they say they are engineers working for BP( British Petroleum) or another oil company.
Omg this guy I was talking to on that dating site coffee meet bagel his name is "john" he has an army ranger uniform on. He romanced me, telling me how much he loved me and yes I was really falling for this guy.
And if the person’s online profile disappears a few days after they meet you, that’s another tip-off.
Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason.
Since they will not give you a place to send the card, what they will do is ask you to scratch off the part of the card, i Tunes says not to. I do however have DM saved to my phone from two of them, one went as far as asking me to purchase an Itunes card for his son for his phone I told him no I don't have the money well he stopped talking to me for awhile that day, when we started talking to me it was from how was your day at work and I think your beatiful and we are made for each other I hope you feel the same as I do ect ect.