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Dating scammer Algin Giebermann

  • Scammer First Name: Algin
  • Scammer Last Name: Giebermann
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • City: East London
  • Scammer E-mail addresses: giebermannalgin@yahoo.com
  • Scammer Phone: UK phone number: +44 7045 769668 NG phone number: +234 8182 868842
  • Operates on websites: match.com
  • Listed: April 23, 2012 7:57 pm
Dating scammer Algin Giebermann
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He worked by grooming his victim first, then he started asking for money. He claimed to be from East London, but had to go to Benin City, Nigeria for a job contract. While in Nigeria, he quickly ran out of money after he was required to pay the Nigerian tax, before he could start with the project. He didn’t have money to buy groceries for himself and his daughter. He also didn’t have money for cab to get to work. He also said that his computer became defective and tried to get me to send him a laptop so his daughter could do online classes. He initially stopped contacting me when I declined his requests, but resumed contact afterwards. When the work was done, he concocted a story that he and his daughter were kidnapped and held for a week in Abuja, Nigeria. Amazingly, they were released and he was able to get both of his cellphones and laptop back. Once back in London, he told me that his bank account was frozen unless he paid the tax for the money he earned in Nigeria, which was directly deposited to his UK account. He asked to borrow almost $6,000.00 and that he would pay me back as soon as he gets access to his funds. I told him I didn’t have that kind of money. He had a friend, Ken Mulla, who was possibly an accomplice, and was angry that I was doubting the scammer’s story. It didn’t stop there…After a week, he lowered down the amount to $3,000.00, saying that he made a deal with the bank and so he jus tneeded to come up with half of the money required. I made up a story that Western Union would not let me send that amount of money due to suspicion of fraud. He and his friend tried to talk me into trying moneygram and send it to Ken Mulla’s name. Again, I waited few days and told him that moneygram was not willing to do the transaction for the same reason. He waited 2 weeks and lowered down the amount to $1000.00 and asked me to send the money to Ken Mulla’s secretary. Not surprisingly, the name on the account was of Nigerian origin. I have been checking the IP addresses used by this scammer since he tends to use different computers, and everything led back to Nigeria, even though he claimed to be in London. I bluntly told him that I am not sending him any money. He said he was hurt due to me not trusting him…(yeah, right!) then I never heard from him again…… What a scum!!!!



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