Manila dating scam jay


06-Feb-2018 21:49

A car accident was followed by other emergencies that prevented him from coming home — and led to requests for more cash. He told Joanna he’d really fallen in love with her.

Instead she reported him to the local sheriff and the FBI.

A few months after her husband’s death in 2012, Joanna — who asked her real name not be used to protect her privacy — went on looking for the soul mate she’d never had in her troubled marriage.

After remitting the money to a bank, however, the package never arrives and their “significant other” never contacts them again.

An AARP study he co-authored last year found that Internet fraud victims had experienced significantly more negative life events in the previous two years than non-victims.



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