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He claimed that he fell in love with me madly from day 1. Just picture a very different man than the one in the photo. Go to the site editor recommends and search the photos. And he will pay me back after the work in Turkey is done. The less we interact with them the less hold they have on us. No online presence in the name he gave, no verifiable info forthcoming. Supposedly now on drilling platform in Poland, having a bad day, and machinery order held up with final payment needed, bank account frozen because he didn't notify them he's abroad. I have received so many friend requests through a friend. I just wanted to add that my guy used the name Micheal (NOT MICHAEL) John. Accent I couldn't quite identify, inconsistent with someone claiming to have lived all his life in Florida and Denver. Messaging all times of day and night, spent most of yesterday on hangouts. I know they won’t be able to get friends from my friends list because it’s private. First clue -2 first names being used, Second- he only has a few posts and is following many women. Don't fall for these schemes and do Not give any money for any reason. Try meeting at church or a local dance in your area. If it looks like a duck, sounds and walks like a duck, It Is A Duck!!! If you need Someone to tell you you are beautiful, just come to the Facebook site and we will tell you those things and you still have your money and your heart. I too thought that I had finally met the man of my life. Evan Gilmore, supposedly from Denver, divorced single dad with 2 teenagers. And he's so so sweet everyday with the calls and texts. We were both on a dating site and he quicky asked me to jump over to Yahoo and use regular email so I set up a bogus account on Yahoo and also gmail, and Installed the chat. Widowed, one child , age 15 however, once we got to regular email his emails were very choppy. He said he was self Employed oil rig engineer in Houston, Tx with 8 men working with him. He even said I was his soul mate, that he was in love with me. Live and learn, but he had a wonderful beauty about him. My guy had the same backstory: owned his own offshore drilling company and currently working on a project for Exxon Mobil which ends in February. Widower looking for a wife & good mother for daughter. I found him interesting at first – he was a friend of a friend on FB.

They are so secure in what they do that it does not matter. I realized it could be him or his friends so I changed my user name and it all stopped. I too received a dozen roses, two boxes of expensive chocolate, and a teddy bear he named Larry so he could sleep with me each night.

I’ll keep hunting this lowlife down and post anything I find. Same Sad Story1/5/18 Don’t trust those either and instead of a private inbox they put their opinion in the notifications right in public.

I’d post his pic but interestingly enough it is gone from FB.

I come here for Comfort and read what other's went through. God Bless I'm not even sure how I ended up on this site but these stories are sounding all too familiar. I had the same experiences with my scammer and we even talked on regular phone calls. Actually became close, he was very caring, loving, but he always within a few days had a hardship of money, mostly for his phone as he was only alloted so much time.

I use to feel safe here but he was told about it and Threatened me for putting my story on here. I shut them down and these guys/gals that read Facebook are dangerous and I’ll just keep blocking but still would like to know if anyone knows of Craig Lisowski or Robin Marler Arelene.

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