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I don’t understand why anyone would give a suspected scammer access to what should be OUR space to help other women by posting our stories. This is suppose to be a safe place to share our stories and get input from others that have been victims. He approached the wrong girl – I’m terminally ill, partially paralyzed, never wanted children, can’t cook and don’t clean, don’t care for country or gospel music, and am not particularly religious.
Accent I couldn't quite identify, inconsistent with someone claiming to have lived all his life in Florida and Denver. Messaging all times of day and night, spent most of yesterday on hangouts. I know they won’t be able to get friends from my friends list because it’s private. First clue -2 first names being used, Second- he only has a few posts and is following many women. Don't fall for these schemes and do Not give any money for any reason. Try meeting at church or a local dance in your area. If it looks like a duck, sounds and walks like a duck, It Is A Duck!!! If you need Someone to tell you you are beautiful, just come to the Facebook site and we will tell you those things and you still have your money and your heart. No friends showing but several women "liked" his comments. Not sure it is a good idea to tell them about this site. For everyone of us that got out without giving them anything but our time, we are the lucky ones. I just received a call from our local florist telling me that the gentleman with a Dutch or German accent placed the order. They are so secure in what they do that it does not matter. I realized it could be him or his friends so I changed my user name and it all stopped. I too received a dozen roses, two boxes of expensive chocolate, and a teddy bear he named Larry so he could sleep with me each night. I too thought that I had finally met the man of my life. Evan Gilmore, supposedly from Denver, divorced single dad with 2 teenagers. And he's so so sweet everyday with the calls and texts.