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We finally exchanged cell phone numbers after two weeks of E-mailing via e-mail address of [email protected] around Thanksgiving time he gives me his personal cell phone (802)227-7137, area code is Burlington, VT, as in the site he listed as he lives in Vermont, and his nickname in the site is "Lovemebacktolife", title of Celine Dion's song.
Furthermore he was pestering me to send money, and when I refused he got all irritated. The website is hindge he lists himself as an engineer by trade and he says he's a contractor for Exxon Mobil. Romance happened VERY FAST (sound familiar ladies). Claimed it was to pay for luggage with discharge papers.
Next day he sent me a photo of his passport saying he just can't lose me right now. The violins start with his wife of 15 years who slept with his best friend and she moved to Canada. Her son got suspicious and called the FBI who determined she was scammed. I also found where a Houston woman with an African name was found guilty in Oklahoma City back in the Spring for online scamming. This person contacted me on Instagram, immediately telling me how beautiful I am. On the second day, he asked for an i Tune card because he needed to update his phone.
But since he used up all his assets for completing his project and had to get all his family and friends to help him raise the tax money, he can't ask them for more money, as he now needs money to buy a plane ticket back to US to come and meet me and pay the enormous expense he incurred while he was there for over a week. I wanted to believe so much he was real, but when he asked for money, I knew he was trying to scam me. The 6.5 million dollar check he received had to be personally deposited by him when he was back in the US. I talked to him for the second time through a international line 971 he gave as he said his original cell phone number was no longer working for some odd reason (I called that number and it's no longer in service). Accidently call him by William Perry, Lawrence Morgan, or Christopher and see what kind of reaction you get from him.
The second time I talked to him raised more suspicions because he did not sound American, had a strong accent, very rough voice, and not very good with English. my email address: [email protected] just saw a scroll on the news (Fox News) that the FBI is investigating a 70 year old woman in Oklahoma that met a man on social media that claimed to be a General stationed in Syria.