Dating site for oil rig workers

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Looking to start a new relationship? For some, that may mean meeting a new love interest online. Millions of Americans use dating sites, social networking sites, and chat rooms to meet people. And many forge successful relationships. But scammers also use these sites to meet potential victims. They create fake profiles to build online relationships, and eventually convince people to send money in the name of love.

Unfortunately, an online love interest who asks for money is almost certainly a scam artist.

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Below are some tips to identify a real romance versus a scammer cruising for a target. Please share this information with others. Victims may be embarrassed to talk about their experiences, but you can help.

A man messaged me via twitter Oct 25, We went on with our conversations via whatsapp. After about a month into our chatting Nov. Told me the last time he sent her money was on Sept and he promised to send her USD for food and other stuff.

Being a mom myself, my heart went out to the poor girl so I told him that I can send money but only USD. Told me that her birthday is on Dec. On Dec. He even mentioned that they were promised their salaries on Dec. Then after a week Dec 13he got another problem again.

Said he needs at least USD for his sustenance while in the ship. After a long argument, I finally sent USD for his supposed sustenance. I thought that would be the last but I was wrong. Just yesterday Dec. What should I do? Gave me the link to this company. I received their prices for different fares!!!!!! What he wanted to do, was cut his contract short, and fly from the "Ill Rig. To Houston, and take his money out and fly here to marry me right away!! Intuition kicked In, And I had all these red flags!! I flat turned him down.

On every Thing he wanted to do. Which were all lies! He was going to get that money and run like a Jack rabbit!! He got nothing from these old's country girl! Once he could get the money, he went into a rage, calling me names, ugly ugly names! Bye, Oliver! Lover Boy! I have a very affectionate follower who is on an oil rig as we speak!

What a coincidence! My guy is Julian. We should compare notes! Too bad we can't bust him.

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This sounds just like the guy my mother is talking to. He's going by ths name Mark Edeh. He's asked her for 6, then 3, Told her to borrow from family, sell her car, home. Wants her credit score, bank info.

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Says he is stuck on a ship in the Persian Gulf, he's from Germany, has a daughter Pamela in boarding school in the UK. That he's a widower. Owns a 5 bedroom home in Chicago and many cars. His bank is blocked and he needs my mother to send him money to reactivate it so he can hire a private jet to leave where he is. When she told him she hasn't any way to get that much money, he has suggested and insisted she buy Amazon cards for him to pay his bank with. But he also told her to give him her bank info so he can transfer money to her, then she can send it to him.

And she's falling for it and trying to come up with it. Help if you can possibly give me advice on how to get rid of this person before he takes what little she has. You tell your Mom it sounds like we are talking to the same guy except this time he is from NJ. Does he talk romantic and send lots of poems. He now in Turkey on a ship working as a Mechanic. He has 2 children boy and girl they are inboarding school his wife died 3 years ago.

He was asking for 5 grand because he is sick. I did not send him money, I got a text from the nurse on the boat he had a seizure they needed me to send them money so they could fly him in for treatment and test. Met him on Scrabble now on WhatsApp. If you want to share pictures gladly send one. Yea he told me to take out a loan.

I met someone from ScrabbleGo. I wonder if it's the same guy with a different scenario.

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I met this guy through ScrabbleGo. We just started chatting last week through WhatsApp. He said his daughter is in a boarding school, and wife died 5 years ago giving birth to their second. He wants me to send him iTunes voucher with instructions on how to send it to him. I haven't sent him anything, cause I had a feeling he's a scammer. I always ask him to send me selfies when we're texting, and he keeps sending me theses handsome pictures. I finally asked to talk or video chat instead of texting, he said it's not allowed where he's at.

I told him I had my doubts that I'm being scammed, so he called, we spoke for a few minutes, and we got disconnected. For somebody who grew up in LA, this guy had a very heavy accent. I insisted on a video chat. He agreed, and on the screen is the handsome guy on the photos moving his lips so fast, and all he said to me was Hi, how are you?

I'm convinced that he is not the guy on the photos. These scammers have every way of doing things on computers, including that video call, just to lure us. I also told him to buy his iTunes card since he's a doctor. Don't fall for it. Money laundering sprung to mind. Handsome doctor with daughter Princess in boarding school in Dubai. Could be same. I have been chatting with a John Williams also, for the past 4 months.

I believe he has stolen someone's identity and personal information. Would you have a photo? I'm also chatting a guy now for almost a month and have the same name. And he's asking money for his son. Can you show me the photo maybe it's the same guy. Sounds exactly as the one I talked tosuper handsome go to Social Catfish and put a picture of himmy result was a very handsome Italian actoryou just have to pay 5 dlls be careful he is a pro!! Is the guy he sends with blue eyes? Super handsome?

Go to social catfish and put his pictureI found out the real guy!!! Sounds almost identical to someone I was talking to. He wrote poetry, but only had one son. This man went under 3 different names. Kept coming up with excuses as to why.

Dating site for oil rig workers

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