Pensioner lost $360 thousand for “grooms” on the Internet
Seek love on Dating sites ended for women deception and financial losses.
Older Australian woman named Susan desperately unlucky in love.
From-for the trustfulness it three times, became a victim of swindlers, with whom got acquainted in the Internet.
First disappointment, suzy had become “British” David Fisher. Few months they corresponded, but never met. But a new Beau once asked the woman a decent amount of money — 60 thousand dollars. Susan did not hesitate transferred to his account funds inherited from his father. In the end, no money, no lover she has not seen.
Grandmother Loses $480,000 To Online ‘Romance Scammers’ https://t.co/0hThC4yhUF
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To cope with deception, the Australian again began to search for her man on a Dating site. This time it was Johnson Williams — “an American who served in Afghanistan.” After some time, he also began to ask loving pensioner money. Suzie believed him and again sent a cheque abroad. And then another. And again.
In total she managed to turn her lover around 224 thousand dollars.
In the end, she was contacted by Bank staff who seemed suspicious that the old woman frequently sends large sums of money. During the internal investigation revealed that this same account (was, incidentally, not in the US and in Ghana) sent the money for at least five different women. Susie’s heart was again broken. But not for long.
The third attempt to find happiness online was for the Australian almost happy. After talking with a new acquaintance Godfrey Kyungho, she went to meet him in Uganda. A few days later the guy proposed to her and they got married. It seemed that everything ended well, but there it was. Now the young man also asked Susan money.
The Heartbroken grandmother has lost $480,000 to three separate African love scammers.https://t.co/YX2KX5yAFD pic.twitter.com/vO10QeMQml
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His sad experience, the woman decided to share on Australian television. She stated that she believed in true love, but now she realizes that her new husband just wanted to move to Australia and live on its content. Now the pensioner is trying to annul their marriage and warns other women about the dangers of Internet Dating.