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My mom is getting scammed I know it, I feel it, but she insists on talking with this scum dog: My story is about the same, Oil Rig worker, young son 14 yrs old in UK -- has a briefcase stuck in customs needs 5,000 to release and his life savings is in the case over 2mil 00 Right! You can use the FTC article about online dating scams to help your mother.
It lists common stories the scammers tell about themselves, and common excuses they use to try to get money. Ive got one now on Facebook basically saying the same thing. Financial advisor, contract engineer, widow of 4 years, born in Rome Italy Mom Italian dad American. He’s really good because he keeps his story straight. Just happened to get a contract he needed on an offshore oil rig to retire on.
-Their occupation makes it easy for them not to always be available (overseas, oil rig, secret agent, etc). Often times, an illness, someone else dying, their kid is sick, etc. He's in Dubai now on a job and needs money cause the bank froze funds lol...wants a credit card transfer. Daughter is living with Grandma in London but moving here this summer. Even after he wanted my credit card and I said no, we still talked for a few more weeks.
-They have their "friends, coworkers, family" build relationships with you so they can build up his "character", make him look good and real! -Photos sent to you mainly don't show their face. He said I would never hold that against you, but just last week he stopped texting.
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.
Common qualities that should put up red flags: -A son or daughter in boarding school. Key words that bother me: itunes cards to buy software, engineer, oil, young daughter, wife that passed away, bank funds tied up.He lost his wife in a car accident and she was pregnant. When I got wise to him I let him have it and he begged me to leave him alone and he would never get in touch with another woman online again. I said, yes, I am, and I put a spell on you, beware" he freaked out. We'd talked for only a couple of weeks when he told me he was leaving for the oil rig and wondered if I'd keep in touch via Hangouts so that's what we've been doing.But I've caught him 2 different times telling me discrepancies - his birthdate & his daughter's age.Please tell her that the FTC, the FBI and the Attorney General in her state want to protect her from criminals Sending money to criminals helps them continue the scams. Even talked about moving closer to me and can afford to buy a house for 0,000.