I have read what other people have said and note that in his profile under various names that he has used different locations as his home country and also different dates of birth. "The scam artist" told me she was looking for love but I let her think twice about what she had said to me because nothing made sense she said she was from the US but lives in Nigeria with her grand mother stupid me sent her 3 pictures of me so now I know a poor girl will see that face of mine but worst part is that I have no clue how she ended up in my Gmail address I told her I no longer needed her attention and that she was basic a scammer and blocked her from my contacts so sad that these people think they can get away with posting other people's pictures and acting as if they are them that poor girl on the picture must of been looking for somebody and found the perfect guy.. Extremely handsome man proclaimed his love and wanated to spend rest of life with me along with marriage. He always knows just the right thing to say to bring me back to thinking that maybe he isn't a scammer.
I'm glad I didn't send him any cash and kept refusing his request to send him money. But, reading all these testimonials has me feeling like I’m not alone and a lot better. but the good thing that I feel inlove with their girl in the picture and not the guy or girl who was telling me all those positive things.. I sent him a 500 walmart card back in April so he could pay some bills here in the states.
I work at a credit union - and have member's falling for these types of scams regularly. The man who scammed me money three years ago, contact me again, he said he was sorry and will repay the money to me. My case was reported to police three years ago, but finally closed file by police for further investigation impossible.
I was scammed by a guy calling himself Peter Kaua Sullivan, my fiance.
I recently had a doctor from the UNITED NATION' S saying that he was looking for someone like me. He claims he was sending his pay in a briefcase hidden in the vehicle.
He said that he had a daughter and was living in Maryland, and his daughter was in boarding school. Next thing I knew, I was getting emails from Asian Global Services for 1000.00 because I did not tell them there was cash in the car. Then they send another email stating I was going to jail for money laundering.
I have pics of him too and gave them and all his info he gave me, to my son (who is a police officer) to research him. Chris gave me all fake info including a fake SS #, birthdate, telephone #, fake parents name and all. Also felt heartbroken because I felt that he really was sincere and being honest.
I also met this gentleman on the TAGG website, who calls himself Johnson Smith.Supposedly the vehicle and money was being held in Italian customs and another email came stating I had to pay 5k if I wanted the vehicle and money shipped to me.The whole time I am in contact with my man, Christopher Anton Raymond (whose name is not real), and he begs me to pay the money because he now was arrested for money laundering too. He is on KIK, keeps contacting me and says when he gets home, I will see he is not fake and I will regret treating him this way.He is in the United States Marine Corp,deployed to Egypt.We chatted for a little while, and he suggested a different website (Whats App) to continue talking.