This predator has been scamming women and probably men on online dating sites (LDS Planet is where I met him).
He will groom you for months, but will start sharing words of endearment very early on in the game. Once he has flattered you with all the nice things you want to hear and be told, he will then strike and pull a sad story or make himself out to be a victim of some type of crime that happened to him.
He may even pull the sad story about his company being placed under investigation and all assets frozen pending investigation, he will then plead to be with you and speak of his desperation to be with you, in the hope you will send him money so he can be with you.
Do not believe a word of it, this man spends all day and night scamming people, he has probably secured himself a good income by doing so.
He managed to get a small amount out of me, by telling me about a car accident he had in a rented car whilst visiting Malaysia, in order to get his passport back he had to pay for the repairs on the car and, yes you guessed it, I believed him as he told me while he was being attended too, some locals who were also assisting at the scene of the accident must have stolen his credit card. That's how he got me.
He continued to groom me for months after this before he then asked me to open an off-shore account so I could have access to money he has in a trunk box in Malaysia. He even sent a copy of the certificate stating the details of the certificate of deposit with New Alliance Bank.
It all looked legitimate except for the amount of 2 million USD, and the nature of the story he told to validate it all.
I told him to send me the amount needed to open the account, but he however did not want to part with the $1,299. He stated I needed to pay in order to open the account and instead tried to pressure me by talking about trust.
When I asked him why he is willing to trust me with 2 million but not with 1,299, he became abusive and revealed his true self.
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