Beautiful people dating site hacked
I am just hoping this is not s "scammer" who got through the cracks. Since we are all anonymous, I would be very careful posting any email addresses. If there was a way to reach every woman out there I would. The scammers too give out the info to others that is how mine found out about it who I had not talked to in a long time, then sent me that message Laughing. The most common post is a scammer posing as a victim saying they found someone who is in Nigeria who wants to stop scammers and works to get victims their money back. Please send me his pic before I get anymore involved. It is sad when I have been here for over a good year and now the scammers are coming on here by other's telling them to come here. No he laughed, thought we were all dumb and idiots for being scammed. Different name, but widowed with an 11 year old boy, no other family and is an independent civil engineer working on an oil platform. My heart aches, and I am normally not taken easily. I will never forget the experience I had with him as he was so sweet, fun and kind until I asked him to never ask me for money and then he became furious and talked very hateful. with a 16 yo daughter presently living with an Aunt in Michigan.
I have been very cautious as to not give my email out to any strangers, but I let my guard down on this site thinking it was safe. We must let all our Facebook friends know what to watch out for. I was hurt and felt betrayed by her giving out this site for I Swear I think the Ed Steve has done a great job here to keep us protected and I praise them for it. Hope ones reading this understand "Do Not Give This Site To Your Scammers" They all work together. They then provide a email address that victims can contact to get their money back. He even said I was his soul mate, that he was in love with me. Live and learn, but he had a wonderful beauty about him. My guy had the same backstory: owned his own offshore drilling company and currently working on a project for Exxon Mobil which ends in February. Widower looking for a wife & good mother for daughter. I found him interesting at first – he was a friend of a friend on FB.
I can't believe I was so gullible and believed every word my doctor friend said.
I wish I had read all these sites before I got involved in this scam.
True, they could probably find their way here, but I’d venture to guess they are concentrating their efforts on looking for other "marks". Let's keep it safe for all and if any of us feel that there is a scammer on here and posting then please let the editor of this page know and By All Means Please Do Not Give Them This Site. I doubt I’ll hear from him again but will happily join in the effort to stop these predators from this abhorrent behavior. Has anyone been approached by an oil rig engineer looking to start a relationship through asking you to play a game in WWF and then starting a convo through the WWF app before asking for your phone number? Let's stay alert and refuse their ridiculous requests for Itunes cards and whatever else they lie about. My scammer was Brazilian and he spoke Portuguese and he said he was a US citizen and that his mother raised him in Rio de Janeiro.That didn't work so then when he told me after Christmas he would come and visit me but he wasn't in the state and that was the bye bye. I'm going through a bad patch in my life right now, recently separated from my husband, moved out of state, and looking for friends, so I thought he looked nice and so I accepted his request. They are so secure in what they do that it does not matter. I realized it could be him or his friends so I changed my user name and it all stopped. I too received a dozen roses, two boxes of expensive chocolate, and a teddy bear he named Larry so he could sleep with me each night.I showed him a copy of his ip trace.said I would die - be killed. He never asked for money, I thought I was always a step ahead of him. He said he was from Long Beach California, working as an independent contractor for oil rigging companies, 57 years old, a widower with a 15 year old daughter who was at a boarding school in London. His english wasn't the best, which I thought was strange for an engineer who was supposedly educated at Stanford University, but I forgave that because he said he was originally from Mexico City. He was very attentive, asked lots of questions and seemed genuinely interested in me. No friends showing but several women "liked" his comments. Not sure it is a good idea to tell them about this site. For everyone of us that got out without giving them anything but our time, we are the lucky ones. I just received a call from our local florist telling me that the gentleman with a Dutch or German accent placed the order.I believe I screen most/all of the scammer posts before they appear in order to keep this a safe place for victims to communicate - anonymously if they wish. As his texts became longer it was evident he had broken English.That is why there is a delay from placing a post to it appearing live on the site so I can filter all potential scammers, trolls, abuse etc. I also have to say that I don’t understand what "playing" with them accomplishes. If you want to "play" try a board game or get another hobby. The last thing we wanted is to give them more leverage. As with others here he asked some odd questions, i.e., what did I eat for breakfast or what was I going to eat for lunch, did I want to come feed him.
It's hard to understand why predators like this are allowed to carry on without consequences. I’d post his pic but interestingly enough it is gone from FB.