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But once I pay, what will stop him from coming back over and over again requesting more money. I have one week reprieve until he goes public with the photos (told him I needed to wait until I get paid).
He was an oil geologist, whose wife had died 6 years earlier from ovarian cancer.
Said he was deeply religious (Catholic) and had a daughter going to college in Leeds, England.
Charles texted me to ask if I could send Stevens 20 thousand US dollars so he could come to help on the rig. I reported this to the police and every on line site I can He is so very convincing and smooth like all the others I am sure.
Claimed he loved me, wanted to marry me etc etc I have also reported to yahoo his and his buddy's email address. He is so damn good at making you fall for him says everything you want to hear and more.There may be tens of thousands of victims, and only a small fraction report it to the FTC.If this happens to you, please report it at ftc.gov/complaint — click on Scams and Rip-Offs, then select Romance Scams.I went along with the scam - wanted him to give permission for me to contact the airline that he flew over on (airline would not release a yes he was on that flight or no he wasn't - have to protect the scammer).