I want to run google image.not done that before plus I use computers at a library, etc. 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.I will find a way to do that as I have 4 pics; then I may try to locate the guy he is victim of stolen pics. He claimed he moved to Kitchner, Ontario, Canada while his daughter moved to Texas with his parents to attend university.It's hard to believe there are good men out there anymore.Hi does any one knows Alfred alonso on Facebook we text each other for three months know he said he wants to marry me and that he is a widow and he did bought the engagement ring and earrings and the is a business contractor he said he is going to turkey to transport cars and he said his cars got.If you do an image search and the person’s photo appears under several different names, you’re probably dealing with a scammer. He would tell me how much he loved me and hoods God brought us together blah blah blah.And if the person’s online profile disappears a few days after they meet you, that’s another tip-off. just two days ago he tomb me her had received an email from Stanley's teacher telling him he was very sick and needed medical attention and he couldn't leave the ship of course so he needed to borrow money and not to worry he would pay me back as soon as he got off that ship I think he said he had 5 wks left.
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Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason. He kept telling me hos much he loved me and wanted me to love him the same way. Ha I asked for the name of the school -no response then he told me he would send me his phone # that never happened,we were chatting on messenger so if he was in Dubai his time would be different then mine of course he didn't know maybe it's in the settings same BS I asked huge much it is that he needed the amount was 25.00 I simply said I'm sorry I don't work I can't help you out wish I could by the way the name was Ken Ovoke sharp looking man if indeed it was him.
If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam. He wanted me to be his girlfriend when we didn't even mnow each other. I would try to call him on messenger but he couldn't answer the phone was not allowed to ha ha ha we spoke a few more times once again asked if I can help I said no and that was the end of Mr.