His pic was with the company he told me he worked for. (account name was"charles", Sacramento, CA) but I think to avoid other ladies becomes his victim, His linkedin profile is : https: // com/ in/ charles- kovac-86458598/, however it's possible also fake. I never met him, but I will leave him in the hands of the good Lord! I was scammed by a guy Wilhelm Gerhard Krumwiede They have different stories some times the same person. Maybe if you can share his pictures to me we might have the same guy.
We seemed to have a good rapport, had several long conversations but then I did not hear anymore from him. Saying he had a project at Malaysia in mining business (he is Geotechnical engineer), born in US, lived in UK... He uses Wells fargo and Bank of America so i have all the records of the transactions and the address of his contact here in the US maybe the police can raid that house and maybe the police can catch them.
There needs to be a save way for us to reach each other and others before they lose everything. Hi been speaking to a Canadian working in Nigeria . Sent me a painting of my daughter along with red roses. I just feel like a total fool.i have picture of him. He wanted to email first--got off of dating site as soon as I responded..broken English.we email now. Dylan Carson claimed he is originally from Austin, Texas but lived in Sydney Australia for the past 15 year with his daughter Ruby after the passing of his beloved Sue who died in a car crash while 3 month pregnant.
Terrible accident on site 4 people dead which he had compensated the families. How do I check this I've been chatting with a Bobby Stevenson, widow, one daughter, born in the Netherlands but moved to Minnesota, now lives in Philadelphia. He says he will text me on my phone now.I hate textn.. He claimed he moved to Kitchner, Ontario, Canada while his daughter moved to Texas with his parents to attend university.
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