Carbon 14 dating for kids
He told me he was a widower, lost his wife in childbirth with their second child and that he had a 15yr. Things kept going with us for 7 months and when I wouldn't do anything for him he started getting distant with me. This scammer is using very nice profile pictures which did catch my attention immediately. So I accused him of being fake and he had the nerve to be offended.
But even before that he wouldn't answer personal questions I asked him which was a red flag. The identity is as follows: born in Singapore, moved to Canada at very young age and now having his own company as a private contractor on oil exploration projects. But still tried to prove himself he sent a pic of his passport but I’m sure that’s fake. Good grief, how sickening to think there are so many of these scammers.
Beware ladies of a very handsome man using the name Drew Phelps Johnson, as I'm sure this man's profile was stolen and the man pretending to be Drew Johnson are not the same person. To the lafy who is chatting with Luke Davidson he is definitely a scammer like many other men, and scammers change or use many names for every victim. One of the profiles he used before you will find on the link below. He works for BP oil company and is off shore in Louisiana.
When I asked him for a recent picture of him working on the offshore rig, he said his camera didn't work, and when I asked him how he took all the pictures he already sent, he said that they were old ones. He sent me an email a couple days after we start chatting using a new email address ([email protected]) He called me a week later, the voice sounds pretty young and doesnt come with a Canadian accent. Then we continue chatting, shortly after he won a bidding to go to kuwait immediately for a 6wk project, worth of 1.2 mil. So ladies if it sounds to good to be true it is!!!! Yes, he said he was a industry engineer with a crew of 20 men, yet used broken English in typing, and in the occasional phone call but sounded so charming, and after all, English was his second language. Oh my Goodness, the lies pile on lies- who knows who the photos really are of- Facebook stolen I;m sure from some persons open page. They want her to money lauder for them and your family member can get into alot of trouble so please tell your family member to keep her money and block them.
When I suggested he have one of his co-workers take one on their phone, send it to his phone, then he could send it to me, he said he would if he could, and right there I knew he wasn't the man in the pictures he send to me. The payment term is that he needs to lay out all the expenses until he finishes 70% of the job. Oh yes, born in Denmark, but lost his parents when he was so young- never could find out how young- and his fathers guardian was an American who gave him his American name- and dual citizenship. Lost his wife to cancer five years ago, left with a daughter who's 11 and in boarding school in Denmark; all so traumatic he never thought he'd love again, but in no time at all I'm the love of his life- beyond compare. Sick to think he's sent me photos of "him" with his daughter at young age, and now, and his parish priest. If your Aunt becomes a mule that is a federal mark on her if she gets caught.
I don't know if it's right or wrong but every person I found, I sent them an IM or a message on Linkendin. He had his pics stolen as I discovered later who the real person is.
I read your comment about reporting this man to the real man on Linkendin. Last one claimed to live in Atlanta and similar story about living in Brazil and then moving with his mother to US.