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Scams on eHarmony

Scams on eHarmony

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Santa Monica-based eHarmony (www.eharmony.com) launched in the United States in 2000 and is now the #1 Trusted Relationship Services Provider in the USA. eHarmony’s patented Compatibility Matching System® allows eHarmony members to be matched with compatible persons with whom they are likely to enjoy a long-term relationship

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  1. Ladies beware. Dont’ deal with “Jack”, no picture at first on eHarmony. He says he’s retired Army going under the email JLogan048@gmail.com. Seems anytime you ask for information he wait a long time to provide it. He may be readying the info to provide it to you. He a scammer and asking for money. Said he working as a retired contractor. Travel to Cambodia for 6 weeks and then extended for 3 week. Asks for money because wallet and military ID was stolen. Since he closed his bank account because wallet was stolen he need money to pay the Cambodian taxes and fees to “process documents” to have his million dollar check released. He’s concern since his bank account has been closed his check can not be deposited so he’ll ask that you open a bank account so that his check will be deposited in there instead but when contract ends and paper is process, taxed paid and fee are paid the financial dept does not deposit to the account you open for him instead he get a check and has to open an Asian bank account. when the Asian bank does not give him his million dollar sand only allows him to open account for 60k and hold his check until he creates activity and he’ll ask for money. He claims to not have family. Doesn’t speak to any extended family. Has a female friend with a Chase Bank account you can deposit money to and will ask you send receipts of deposits. Ladies don’t fall him. This is the picture he is using after you make communications.

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  2. Anyone been contacted by a “david barnes” area code 919, Raleigh NC.
    has french accent. Claims he is in Dubai for business and needs money for work documents for his electrical business.

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  3. ‘Mike Milner’ , Civil engineer from Ohio. Single parent with young daughter. We texted for a few days, he appeared to be a nice guy. Then he told me about a business problem that was causing his daughter to cry. Asked me to be their ‘hero’ and promised to pay me back. i Googled his telephone number….apparently he did this on Match.com as well. Another woman reported his telephone number to the government as possibly stealing her information. His email address is mikiemilner12@aol.com, telephone number 614-835-6438. Be careful and beware of this guy.

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  4. There is a scammer guy with the name of Adalberto, age 50; height 5′ 11″, from Miami, Florida and he is in Eharmony. George as a last name that he doesn’t show it until you ask. He says he’s from Italy. Widow. He calls and texts with an 321 Orlando area code (321/ 245-6399). Which I found out is a pre-paid phone and sends pictures from a texnow.me address (Georgeadalbertotextnow.me) that I also find out on line, scammers use this. He claims having a 15 years old daughter, who lives in Italy with his mother after his wife dye in 2007 of cancer. According to him, he can’t take care of her due to his “Adalberto Energy-Oil & Gas, Oil Pipeline Contruction” wealthy business he owns. He asked me to meet in an Italian Rest. @ downtown. Wich of course, did no show and after calling him several times, he excuses not going because one of his friends had to rushed to the hospital, who died hours later, he said. I knew he was a scammer since the moment a read an article on line saying that the people who uses textnow.me are scammers and identify themselves by not going to the appointments because they are from Kenya, Africa, etc but USA, telling excuses to feel sorry about them and at the same time preparing a pre-amble to ask for money. The article also says they use real people name, information and pictures, but they are not them. Is like you’re talking to someone, but is not the same person from the picture he sent you. I don’t know who he is, but I wanted to share my experience to watch out for people like him.

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    • OMGosh THANK YOU FOR THIS INFO. I HAVE BEEN RESEARCHING HIM FOR HOURS TO SEE IF HE WAS REAL. HE CONTACTED ME ON FACEBOOK.

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    • Its true Adalbert George is a scammer, he told me the same history, and he tell me he need my money helper, because he have problems with his employes. He want $ 3,000 dollar. Everything by Western Union and in a County Tbiliis, Georgia. HE IS A SCAMMER. THE COMPANIES NAME IS ADALBERTO ENERGY (PIPELINE). THANKS

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  5. Watch out for Robert, Production Supervisor from Sharon, SC; height 6′ 2”, age 62

    This is the third time over the past year or so that I have run across this same scammer or one who is very similar. The last time I wound up connecting with him he claimed to be from Florida, a very well off widower. He refused to communicate by telephone, preferred instead to text (because of his thick accent and poor grammar, I imagine). Using his phone number, I did a Facebook search and found that he had six or seven different identities so I reported him to eHarmony and they removed that particular profile. All he does is invent several new ones and keeps right on scamming. Seriously, there are some sick guys out there and this is one of them.

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  6. There was a guy with the name Simon Lahue from Bradenton, FL that was on Eharmony. He said he was from Belgium. He gave me a yahoo address & I wrote, not having knowledge of these scams a few months ago. He said he had a 17yr old daughter
    named Amber living with him. Said he was an oil rig engineer, & owned a house. He said he was divorced then later that his wife had died, which was my first red flag. Then he said both of his parents died in a car accident. When I tried to google him I found nothing which I though was strange since he lived here for 9 yrs & owned a home. He sent me a cell # & when I googled it I found out it was a pre paid cell so I got suspicious & uneasy & never contacted or replied to him again. Don’t know who he was but watch out for him just incase.

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