Scammer tried to scam me for over $100,000. Be very aware. Newcomer Introduction Forward to friends

  • View author's info Author Posted on Feb 03, 2009 at 04:50 PM

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  • View author's info Posted on Jan 14, 2013 at 11:25 AM

    i have to say many many storys out there. yes american greed is a big show. Many men get robe everyday. many woman want a rich men for money only. my friend who around 60 met a bomb shell. she was a sb. now she inlove. but she always wanted money and be taken care of so we never know
  • View author's info Posted on Aug 19, 2012 at 07:04 AM

    ^ and there's your guy
  • View author's info Posted on Aug 17, 2009 at 06:53 PM

    Wow! Thank God you were smart enough to recognize what he was after. I had been scammed once a long time ago and I promised myself it would never happen again. Well, recently, I tried to get a loan and I used the internet to search for a personal loan. I found a site that looked very legit and didn't ask for my social or financial banking info, so I filled out my name and gave my number. A few days later, I received a call from a gentleman who congratulated me telling me I was approved for the loan. He said it was a secure loan which he explained by saying I had two options to finalize and recieve the funds. I became suspicious and tried bringing up a search on the company name. I called the Better Business Bureau in his state where he claimed his office was. Ultimately, he wanted me to send money up front or pay in full and up front for a insurance that protected the loan. I told him that I didn't understand why I had to send money when it was I that was looking for a loan for money. I also told him that I worked for the government which kind of set him back a bit. I heard it in his voice. Shortly after, his web site disappeared and his number was no longer in service. A week later, a woman called me offering a similiar deal for a loan. I told her to send me a copy of the contract and I would have my attorney review it. She graciously said she would. I also mentioned to her that I was a government employee, (which in deed I am), she, too never responded or called back. So, I learned by one mistake. I will not be vulnerable again.
  • View author's info Posted on Jul 29, 2009 at 04:17 PM

    I can't imagine how other people can do such aweful things like this just for money!
  • View author's info Posted on Feb 03, 2009 at 04:50 PM

    Wow. Amazing story. Good for you Gennifer8 for catching that thief. I'm so tired of people who are out to take rather than give. I once dated someone (not from this site) who tried to steal my house with some strange con game. It turned out that he and the mortgage lender were trying to rip me off. I had no clue but he didn't count on my having a secret old friend who is also an attorney. She contacted a colleague and they chased this guy out of our state. NOTICE: To all dishonorable men. I work 9-5 so that ought to tell you something. Working POOR!! Also, you need to at least own your own home because you absolutely cannot relocate to mine. LOL.
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