I was so gullible for the love but as soon as he asked me for money I cut him off completely. Does a tour of duty for 2 years with the UN and is a very secretive but a nice guy. Anyone else out there talk to him of course on Hangout!! Widowed and a 8 year old daughter named Emily in boarding school in the UK. I'm sure I have been scammed especially after reading the fraud alert the UN has on it's website. She borrowed money to pay for flight he said he needed money for. He told her his gold has been held up in customs and he needs ,000 to pay taxes owed I suppose.
The best advice I can give you is if anyone asks for money or your bank details to transfer money into - cut them off totally and report them to the site you originally met on. Hasn't asked for money but after reading these I'm sure it would have come. Myself and family were stunned and told her it was a scam and don't send the money. She is angry with us and doesn't want to admit he is a fraud.
Red Flag #3 If anyone wants you to give them any personal information be extremely guarded.
Never give out banking information, details of how much your stock portfolio is worth, or the value of your home.
If you cannot arrange this, make sure you tell someone close to you about your plans.
We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions. Sent a beautiful explanation of what he is looking for, everything a girl would dream of. After 4 weeks she told us he wanted to fly out from where stationed to meet her and family.
He told me things like he was also a widower and told me about his wife etc. I gave him my mobile and he rang me each evening and we would chat for 5 or 10 mins at a cost to him not me. When I came back we chatted for another couple of weeks and then he asked me for some money so that he could home and we could be together. Now he is trying to get me to do a contract for some medical supplies. She talked about marriage and moving to America in the future.
Don’t get me wrong, the vast majority of members of reputable dating sites (both paid and free) are legitimately looking for a sincere match, but there are red flags that you should look out for when embarking on the journey of online dating for the first time. Red Flag #1 If someone is too interested – too quickly – in getting to know you beyond the safety of your computer, this could indicate a problem.
If you have just met someone online and they are trying to encourage a meet-up before you really know them, they may not just be overly eager.