Love and money online dating for the wealthy
Very charming at the beginning and he will push you for money. Almost two months ago I was contacted on FB by Edmund S Larsen a urologic sugeon from Hagerstown Maryland. By last Friday he started to ask me weird guestions like what I like, which personalities I admire and why. Think there may be another Dr Roland Smith based with MSF in Afghanistan originally from America.
Being a widow we started to talk and a romance was born. Contacted me via DM then wanted to talk 'better' via hangouts.
Money outstanding and wanted me to transfer via Western union.
This was millions of dollars and was to build a hospital. Has anyone had the same experience Sounds familiar as he wanted money and me to take a box that his mother left asking for money as he could not have it in Syria as reported by this guy.
Spoke for some time again very sweet talking sent nice charming images and emails.
Had a daughter away at school, he was a widow for 5 years.
His claims his sons in Dec 1st and he cant get anything for him from Syria. He sent 2 pics.attractive guy..except the 2nd pic isnt the same guy in uniform.
He told me he was british american but in the picture he look Hindu, and he said he was a military doctor.We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions. After exchanging messages only 2 days, he was getting deployed to Syria, all he needs is someone to request him to return. I was contacted on Facebook by Dr James Brown who told me he was an orthopaedic surgeon on contract to the U. In Syria, had a daughter who was with a nanny in Australia for security reasons because of his job we spoke for a while longer told me he was a widower and wanted a serious relationship. You should block him and save yourself a broken heart. At this point I advised Cobby that I wanted my money and he was a con, he then blocked me from social media. His son had broken/lost mobile phone and he wanted 00 to buy a new i Phone.He told me things like he was also a widower and told me about his wife etc. I gave him my mobile and he rang me each evening and we would chat for 5 or 10 mins at a cost to him not me. When I came back we chatted for another couple of weeks and then he asked me for some money so that he could home and we could be together. The first time he asked for money was for leave to come and see me and I was contacted by a supposedly lawyer who I was told would email me documents concerning the said leave but there was an international travelling fee that had to be paid before leave was granted of £1000 which stupidly I sent and then my friend contacted me and told me that u.s military couldn't fly him home alone on a jet and he would have to pay £650 towards the cost which again I sent as he told me that he couldn't access his bank account in Syria for security reasons. Some security lock down story as to why he had no access to money to give son. She said no he wasn't..even told him I had said that to her.Wanted to get married and live happy as a family once he left Afghanistan. Hi I was wondering if anyone had experienced the same, as I was DM via twitter by a Dr Roland Smith, based in Syria, doctor for MSF based with UN. Very sweet talking similar to others stories - wanted to talk via hangouts talked for about a month and appeared genuine but then the usual fell in love with me and wanted to be a couple. Always appeared to be able to talk via hangouts, and wanted us to go away once his mission finished.Always appeared to be able to message me (appeared to have a better internet connection than mine). Then asked me to help get his safe box, as the security company was folding and he needed me to keep his money safe.