Talked weeks, invited me to a gala affair on Long island requiring a gown & cocktail dress (0) later & 3 hour drive to have him not there, because of urgent flight to the oil rig in China. He told me to F off and I should have never spoke with him again. Is there anyway to get a list of Facebook scammers? He sounded lonely and was worried about his daughter back in the states with a nanny.Asked for ,000 because his team broke a pipe while performing a negative test. But I fell hard in love with him so I kept talking to him. ED: you can post pictures when you start a new submission [but not when you are adding a comment to an existing submission] - use the page below and you can see photos there and you can also post your own story and photos there: you so much, for news on GBUWA, as he almost had me with his story. His story today was his son needed a phone and computer. I heard from a man today, who was working in Iceland. After a few weeks asked for i Tunes cards and I told him I had no money. He allegedly had a six month contract on an oil rig in Norway.I blocked him from my phone, FB Messenger, and Hangouts. He has video chatted on Facebook, calls and texts, also has sent her money through western union. He sent this picture to her and I did a search on google images and all this heartache came up. Henry Maxwell on Facebook, Henry Davidson on What's app, [email protected] on Google Hangouts, 832.414.6657, 347.974.7726 Bellport NY, Brooklyn NY, 11713, oil rig in China. Long story short I never sent him money but sent him pictures of me and my address so if anyone sent money I would get it because he only trusts me. Says his drill broke and he needs a new one so he can get the job done so he can come home to marry me. I'm done as my heart hurts from the wonderful love he claims he had for me but when he got mad he wasn't so nice. I think he found me on a grief support site then looked me up on Facebook then he said his account was hacked so he wanted to message through Hangout. He claimed to be a Marine Engineer but his grammar was horrible (first red flag). I won't mention his name since I'm sure he changes it often, but it started as an innocent set of texts on WWF.

The courier made a mistake which tied the box up in customs on the day I was supposed to receive it.

I had already wired money to what I now believe was a mule, although it did check out as a shipping company in California, to get them to release the box.

Too bad we women can't strike back with LIPSTICK AND ROUGE, to reel them in. Also who doesn't like flowery messages first thing in the morning? He said he was a marine engineer on an oil rig off Norway and supervised a crew of 21.

He goes by the name of Richard Anderson who says he works at ENI international which is an oil and gas company, he is French I take it and he has been talking to my mom and I know he is a scammer but my mom doesn't seem to believe it. When his contract ended in July, he was retiring to the States.

I have been through this before with 7 others so I will play them at their own game. I said No then he wants to send you his bank act no#.

Phillips had a wife due in a car crash in London hmmmm where have I heard that before. He will talk marriage and tell you how much he loves you. I said No way would I get involved then they have break downs on the rig.

I reluctantly did a wire transfer for half the amount. I have only heard of scammers sending money, when they want you to send it elsewhere for them, which could get Your mother in law in trouble. So Derrick is a marine engineer in the Gulf of Mexico. When he first contacted me he asked for an i Tunes card. I didn’t talk to him for a day so he messaged me on Facebook and said what do you think I’m going to play with you and take money and then leave. Meanwhile I had told him I was married for 35 years but he didn’t care he was in love with me.

He called me on a disposable phone the day after he was supposed to arrive in the States and said he needed more money for insurance papers so customs would release the box. Dont trust anyone who claims they work on a oil rig then have to go to work on the rig after they have reeled you in. I just read in the news today that if you have sent money to a scammer through Western Union, you can file a claim, because Western Union has made a huge profit from scams, or maybe that is just a way they are trying to catch Scammers. The profile pic is a nice looking guy who doesn't look 59 years old. His wife died in a car crash and he was an orphan and was raised by his Auntie. I fell for all of his poems and it felt really good being called Angel and my moonlight. An oil rig worker does not have a lot of time to chat on social media.

I can see why people fall for these guys as they certainly know how to charm you!!