Tales of dating and danger
They chatted on Facebook for around seven months and he claimed to be an artist from London with two kids.
He claimed he was going to have an exhibition in Cape Town but would first be in Port Elizabeth where his container of art was, even sending her confirmation of his flight tickets. “My total loss was R120 000, where he said he was robbed and required the funds to release the container.
A 34 year-old man started his morning by entering into a Tinder conversation with a 20 year-old woman named Brittany at am and within a few hours, the chat turned steamy, with the two arranging the best time to meet for a round of fornication.
She convinced him to bring cash by telling him that "it's gunna cost ya" if "you wanna f___ me." So he showed up to a parking lot later on in the day with 0 and a bottle of Wild Turkey, presumably as a lubricant to love.
Since then, she has been waiting for the police to move forward with her case. As for Russell he will have his time to answer to God.
She struggles with poor health and is paying off her debt slowly. “He continues to do things in the name of God and send me bible verses to read etc. God will ensure that he is dealt with, especially if he is doing it in God’s name.
He targeted her at a time when she was extremely vulnerable and weaved a complicated, believable story to draw her in.
“I have to put myself under administration this week because of this.
I don’t even have money to put food on the table.” ‘Christian’ mom scared to date A 39-year-old divorced mom with a son remains single and is too scared to look for love online after a scammer targeted her on a Christian dating site.
Online dating sites are popular worldwide for people who don’t have time or opportunity to meet new people through regular channels.
I know of a few couples who have met their significant other on one of these, and have gone on to marry.