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Robert Womer

Tempe, AZ

#1273 Jan 28, 2013
Robert Womer wrote:
<quoted text> FRom r. womer I've encountered several of these "subscribers" at matchdotcom too. They are phonys. some entity is posting them and I'm not sure if it's an outside interest or if match dot com. is duplicit. either way it's bullshit. Why spend time, energy and money to engage in fake people??? It's simple they want your money and will go to any length to get it. I suggest to everyone to cancel your subscriptions. I know I did.
They got me for a months subscription. when i complained about fakes they told me do this, do that, report, delete, blah blah blah. So in effect I was paying them to edit their fucking mess. I felt like a chump. If we boycott bad business their only course is to fold or open an honest site
Hada Laugh

Canada

#1274 Jan 28, 2013
Robert Womer wrote:
I will respond to a beautiful, well educated woman in Phoenix (sic) and the response will sound like a third world person straight off the boat. "I likee yu mi nue fond fren" yeah right.
I know this is a serious thread, but your short, very direct paragraph above made me laugh out loud ;)... the stupidity of some people (your Phoenix woman) can often be entertaining ;)
JHd123

United States

#1276 Jan 31, 2013
Are some women really this dumb? I'm almost embarrassed that any person would send money, tablets, or ANYTHING to someone on the Internet. Turn off your computer and get out of the house....wow.
Love To Laugh

Berwyn, IL

#1277 Feb 5, 2013
There's many match.com scams aimed at guys, not just desperate old cat ladies. A profile with 1 picture of a very hot young girl with an older age range i the first red flag. The profile will sometimes make her sound like a damsel in need. Then they usually they have no height requirement, and almost all real women have one.

They're generally trying to hook in desperate old shorties with money who are looking for a young hot girl. These guys are easy targets and once they get marked they usually won't report it out of embarassment. Not that it's right but as long as there's stupid people out there, there's going to be scams, and it's hard to feel sorry for them if their dumb enough to fall for it!

The old shortie guys should date the desparate cat ladies and we wouldn't have this, hahahaha!
jen

United States

#1278 Feb 7, 2013
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Tami

Atlanta, GA

#1279 Feb 9, 2013
Hi, it happens to girls too! My hoax was similar that there was one pic and profile not available.
Email exchange, talked for hours on the phone. He claimed I was his missing puzzle piece for his heart. We had a Skype date. He sent me flowers at work that day.... So much romancing and declaring his forever love for me. Texts me all day sending me kisses, sending me love poems and songs, etc. I was sucked in because I am a trusting person...no more. This went on for 2 weeks then texts slowed, as well calls. The. I confronted him with his decreasing his attention to me and at first texted me that he thought he was more active than me.????( he lives in WI and does x-country skiing, yoga etc). I am in GA and work out, have done marathons, tri at halons, 13% body fat at 59 years old. Then later he emails me that he thinks is in love with a friend that is not interested in him but wants to pursue her. WTF. My fault for falling for it, but it has left me jaded and probably will not be able to trust what any man says. Wish I could warn his friend.
felix

Minneapolis, MN

#1280 Feb 13, 2013
jocelyn wrote:
In would RUN!! I fell for somehting similar and he sent me counterfiet money orders. I brought them to the poast office and they would not cash them so dont fall for it!
ill date u jocelyn.. [email protected]
Mel

Burlington, Canada

#1281 Feb 14, 2013
I have a friend who met a man on Match last fall. Apparently he is a widower and his wife and daughter died in a car accident. She hasn't actually met him yet because he is an architect in Turkey and is finishing up a project (hoping to be home in March). She did tell me she skyped with him though. It totally sounds like a scam to me, but it threw me when she said she has skyped with him. What are the opinions out there?
He was supposed to come home at Christmas and meet her but things were delayed in construction. Apparently she received a phone call from his mother who was concerned that she wouldn't see him because he would be spending his Christmas with my friend. Advice?
sue

Maidstone, UK

#1282 Feb 14, 2013
dating wrote:
hi
i wrote a book on online dating, a story about online players, and how i tracked one down. anyway, first of all, as a rule, 1) if it seems too good to be true, forget about it, 2) if you have any suspicions at all, forget about it, 3) if it is anyone in the UK forget about it - the UK is scam central, London especially. I went to london on a fact finding mission and was blown away at the extensive amount of con artists that reside there - they come from all over the world, nigeria in particular. london aint the same as it used to be.
it sounds to me like you should just click 'delete'..
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Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#1283 Feb 15, 2013
Mel wrote:
I have a friend who met a man on Match last fall. Apparently he is a widower and his wife and daughter died in a car accident. She hasn't actually met him yet because he is an architect in Turkey and is finishing up a project (hoping to be home in March). She did tell me she skyped with him though. It totally sounds like a scam to me, but it threw me when she said she has skyped with him. What are the opinions out there?
He was supposed to come home at Christmas and meet her but things were delayed in construction. Apparently she received a phone call from his mother who was concerned that she wouldn't see him because he would be spending his Christmas with my friend. Advice?
SCAMMER ALERT!!!! It's a lie and ploy to suck you in deeper. Why would his mom call? It's a scam
Chris

Calgary, Canada

#1285 Feb 19, 2013
I have been in contact with a James Scott, I was skeptical from the beginning. I went on Sugar Daddy for you .com as a joke between a friend and myself. James contacted me, profile said from Colorado, with his first slip up he said he was from Ohio. Lost his wife to cancer 4 years ago, and also his son in an accident. Still has a 14 year old daughter, Elena, who lives with his mother. The only difference between mine and other James Scott stories on here is no crane repair. He needed me to open an RBC account (which I did not do lol). Was going to get someone to wire me money, and in turn I was supposed to send it through Western Union. So that he could pay the taxes to get his pay for the road or bridge construction. He just proposed this a couple days ago after emailing and chatting for almost 2 weeks. I told him today I couldn't get away from the office to get the account open. Little lie. Hes still does not know I realize he is a scammer.I have pictures from the website and he goes by Jay4Yall.

[12:27:57 AM] James Scott: Oh ok babe
[12:28:14 AM] James Scott: So you will be helping me open the RBC at Lunch ?
[12:28:43 AM] Christina K: I don't know, can you explain it a little to me.
[12:28:57 AM] James Scott: OK..
[12:30:32 AM] James Scott: Well what I said is, I am almost done with my project here, And I have been meeting some Government Officials and Agents concerning my Pay and It was explained to me that there is a new policy in the government for all non residential contractos... It reads that all non residential contractors clear taxes and obtain documents before funds could be released to them..
[12:31:46 AM] James Scott: And like right now, the only delay I will be experience in coming home is the money I am needing for this Tax thing... So I want you to open an RBC account today so I could transfer funds into the account, Then you could get the money out to send me via Western Union and/or Money Gram..
[12:31:55 AM] James Scott: The transfer will not just be done one day..
[12:32:17 AM] James Scott: It will be a little transfer at a time until I have all the money I need to clear Taxes
Chris

Calgary, Canada

#1286 Feb 19, 2013
[email protected] is his email that he is using also.
Steve

Newport News, VA

#1287 Feb 20, 2013
Uhg wrote:
Wach out for this one [email protected] it's a scam
God, I must be an idiot. I have been communicating with 'her' for a month now.
Every three days like clock work. I have about a dozen pictures and was thinking of meeting her sometime soon. Thank you so much for the warning. I am hurt but better now than later. Atleast no money was requested & I wouldn't have given any. Thank you, again.
Steve

Newport News, VA

#1288 Feb 20, 2013
Uhg wrote:
Wach out for this one [email protected] it's a scam
Thank you. I have been in contact with this person.
surfaholic

Quezon City, Philippines

#1289 Feb 21, 2013
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Dawn

Parker, CO

#1290 Feb 24, 2013
Mel wrote:
I have a friend who met a man on Match last fall. Apparently he is a widower and his wife and daughter died in a car accident. She hasn't actually met him yet because he is an architect in Turkey and is finishing up a project (hoping to be home in March). She did tell me she skyped with him though. It totally sounds like a scam to me, but it threw me when she said she has skyped with him. What are the opinions out there?
He was supposed to come home at Christmas and meet her but things were delayed in construction. Apparently she received a phone call from his mother who was concerned that she wouldn't see him because he would be spending his Christmas with my friend. Advice?
So, I decided to Google the email of this guy that emailed me from a Craigslist ad. He seemed too good to be true with all of his claims to want to meet me. I ran across your post. It's the same guy. Just a little different tweaks of the same story he's telling me. I'm in Colorado... and he claims to own an apartment in Colorado Springs and is in South Africa for work, but will be back soon. Your friend needs to smarten up and not be so naive to just believe this guy.'Real' men don't usually talk the way he does. He's out to suck women in, and take advantage some how. If she needs copies of the emails, she can email me at [email protected] I guarantee it's the same guy.
JordanStevenson

Colorado Springs, CO

#1292 Feb 24, 2013
My Uncle was having the same problem, he met two women today and both had fathers who died in Ghana even though they had already said they were in the States. Can you say "keep your story straight"???
Fred wrote:
I IM'd with 4 only 4 women on Match.com . All were from cities far from mine in the US, but they were now working in Ghana. Can you say scam? 2 of them even had the same girl in the profile picture LOL!!!
They ran as soon as I called them on their usage of the english language and inconsistencies in their profiles. I had fun with it. Are there any dangers like viruses to worry about? I'm not doing anything with $.
The first one is still hanging with me. S/he is pretty good, but not good enough. I have called her on a number of things and she ignores them or says, I can't believe you would think that. It doesn't cost me anything but a little time, so WTF? Have some fun.
Only 4 women and all are in Ghana, Africa. That is too great!
Phil h

Herne Bay, UK

#1293 Feb 25, 2013
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kitty

Barcelona, Spain

#1295 Feb 26, 2013
i lived the same history from this james scott in africa. he ask me about what properties i had he said he wanted to know if i was economic stable...very rare. he sent many photograf and asked me more. i sent it him. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INFORMACION. NOW I KNOW HE IS A FAKE. HE USE [email protected] and sends to you many stupids songs is a writer i found him in sugardaddies for me. com and asked me to erased my profile as soon as posible. againg thank for your information
Chris

Calgary, Canada

#1296 Feb 26, 2013
kitty wrote:
i lived the same history from this james scott in africa. he ask me about what properties i had he said he wanted to know if i was economic stable...very rare. he sent many photograf and asked me more. i sent it him. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INFORMACION. NOW I KNOW HE IS A FAKE. HE USE [email protected] and sends to you many stupids songs is a writer i found him in sugardaddies for me. com and asked me to erased my profile as soon as posible. againg thank for your information
Yes he is the same guy, lots of songs and when I confronted him about being a scammer, he got very hostile, even sent a bunch of pictures "trying to prove he is real".

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