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when she passed in Hamburg Curious as to what your outcome was. he’s into investment and an engineer from Scotland but he has a construction contract in Malaysia ... I read on another site about mark collins he’s a Nigerian based in Malaysia and he scammed other ladies too.
My step-daughter was talking to a Steve Hoffman with the same story!! So please if any ladies befriended him on Facebook or anywhere, quit!!! Susan don't use, u wrote about a Dr Francis Martinez, would love more info, have been talking to him for a short times, is in Syria, has a daughter living with a nanny in Brazil, anymore info appreciated... But his screen shot showing he’s using Indonesia XL mobile network which he said he got stuck in this country, stranded and hungry... he said he got stranded in Malaysia and run out of money cuz all his money which is with millions? he got stranded in Malaysia no money for hotel and taxi... his name is mark collins This sounds like the same person who scammed me out of a lot of money. He is an engineer working on oil/gas pipeline in Malaysia, he is widowed for 5 yrs.
They might claim to be servicemembers who can’t get into their accounts overseas or who need money fast.
The first sign of a scam is an online love interest who asks for money.
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I have a photo I recieved 2 letters identicle different names from him and saw a prayer for November where his mother in Italy and he was talking to me in Jan. I know he’s not this person he might just using this.
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My sister=in-law fell into the Military Romance scam through Facebook and was bilked for over ,000.00 until we realized what was happening. I was scammed by a Richard Enzo Duvan who posed as a representative of Kames Capital Investment International of Edinburgh, Scotland. I was scammed out of a lot of money which I’ll never get back. I did a background and a reverse phone number and found a second name - maybe he is the scammer with several aliases and other phone numbers - and the Facebook picture and the Facebook name are all fake along with the kids' names and their emails..
I asked her for a photo of her new online love and when it arrived it was a photo of a retired military man that apparently they use over and over again. In researching, I discovered he had used the same "lingo" on a woman in Michigan. I was very fortunate that Money Gram had been watching and indicated to me there had been some fraud in the area(?