Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common. He told me he loved me and wanted to make a life with me. I told him to have the company cut him a paper check. Then the next day,he would tell me "I have a little problem." I have been dumb enough to send 0 to him and all times "I have a little problem." Now he wants to send me money to get out of my marriage but he has to have 0 to send to his company to have them to release his money to send to me. He always make it my fault that I don't have the money to send him. I had a sergeant John goodwin and he sounds similar - wife died , son Michael lives with a nanny Very easy to chat to , loved me after a week Contracted soldier , stationed in Niger Keep fit instructor Has anyone else heard of him Frozen bank account , needs to get home and wants a plane ticket The guy you described sounds like the guy I met via tinder a few months ago, who went by the name of Goodwin Williams. His story was this: resides in San Diego however currently working on a construction contract in Turkey his native country.
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Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason. So his company can direct deposit money into this account. This sound like the same man I'm talking to now. Then he started asking for my help, needing $100 itune cards then Amazons cards .