16:27 Only when I sold 190,000 homes I found out that it was a scam. British single mothers were cheated for online dating for 1 year



The 35-year-old British single mother Julie was brutally defrauded of 190,000 yuan by a male netizen who claimed to be the US military stationed in Afghanistan. Later, she discovered that the fraud group had stolen photos of IG fitness internet celebrities to chat with her.  (The picture is taken from john.ramos personal IG)

The 35-year-old British single mother Julie was brutally defrauded of 190,000 yuan by a male netizen who claimed to be the US military stationed in Afghanistan. Later, she discovered that the fraud group had stolen photos of IG fitness internet celebrities to chat with her. (The picture is taken from john.ramos personal IG)

2021/02/08 16:27

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]Julie Price, a 35-year-old single mother in the UK, met a male netizen who claimed to be a US soldier in Afghanistan on a dating app. She spent a year in love with him to please him , Julie has sold many properties for realisation, and was defrauded of £5,000 (about NT $191,000).

According to the “Daily Star” report, Julie, a 35-year-old single mother in the United Kingdom, met her boyfriend who claimed to be the US military in Afghanistan through the dating app WhatsApp in 2018. Because Julie just broke up and suffered the pain of losing her father, the male netizens are very aggressive. As soon as she was asked to surrender, Julie began to ask male netizens to “get what they want.”

The report pointed out that after chatting with male netizens, Julie made many video requests to him, but they were all rejected. Even so, she still believed that the messages and text behind the dating software were his true love, and she continued I bought gift cards from iTunes and Amazon to the male netizen, because he said that he could contact Julie.

The report mentioned that in order to let male netizens “get what they want,” Julie also sold her jewelry, TV, and the engagement ring left by her grandmother for real. What is even more exaggerated is that when she asked to meet with a male netizen, the other party even said that Unable to pay for the ticket, she asked her to send 1,000 pounds (about 38,200 NT dollars) to let him buy the ticket. In the end, she sold the car, but the male netizen used “the commander to prevent going abroad” as an excuse to break the contract.

The report mentioned that it was not until October 2019 that Julie realized that she had been deceived by a scam group. After being informed by the police, she was shocked to realize that the male “US Army in Afghanistan” netizen who fell in love with him was basically IG Internet celebrity Jonathan Jonathan. Ramos). She said that the male netizen who defrauded her was African and pretended to have an American accent. After the truth was revealed, the male netizen hung up the phone and Julie’s £5,000 (about NT $191,000) was also lost.

Julie added that she hoped to remind everyone through the pain of being scammed, and hoped that the majority of women would not easily believe in male netizens, because they are likely to be liars. She thought that only older women would fall into the trap, although I was young Only 35 years old, but I was still fooled.



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