What can I say, people? He’s still at large, currently using a different name, Will Son Frank and of course, another FB account. Here’s his latest FB link and images used in that FB account, for your info. Beware of this guy, people!
Many thanks to andi for sharing the latest info on him.
Previous entries: Love Scam – Part 1, Love Scam – Part 2
It’s been more than a month since I posted an entry on Love Scam. Somehow, back then my instinct already told me that that would not be the last I’d talk about it. Ever since that post, at least 3 women found my blog and made some comments about the very same guy (email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone numbers: +447024055831 or +447024096970) who tried his luck with me.
All these women have one thing in common, that is the same guy had approached them one way or another for friendship and money. While I sit here and write about him (or her) other women would probably be getting invitations from him to chat or befriend him. How these people do it is a wonder to me but come to think of it, this might just be what they live to do everyday. This might be the way they foot their bills and earn their living. It doesn’t matter to them if they make others lose the money as long as they get what they want. It doesn’t matter to them if the women they scam get hurt or go bankrupt at the end of the ordeal. It definitely doesn’t matter to them if they obtain the money by means of cheating and lying because it is never a question of moral issues with these idiots. It’s all about their selfish gains.
There’s really no best way to help the victims of these love scams because the only thing you can do is exercise good judgment and really, really, read between the lines when you are faced with a scammer. Most of the time it is not that difficult because their stories usually make you ask yourself “can this be true?”. When that happens you should know that the better part of your brain is telling you to re-think and your defense mechanism is already kicking in. At the very least, you should be able to trust your own instincts and as long as you get that instinct, all you need to do is take a step back, rub your chin and look at the problem in a different angle (that is take your feelings out of the issue and let your brain do the thinking). If that doesn’t work google the shithead’s information on the internet and if that doesn’t work, try looking-up sites like these:
Scammers usually win when you let your guard down and they work best when your empathy, sympathy, desire and emotions get in the way. If what they are offering you sounds too good to be true, it usually is. Your part is to reassure yourself that there is no get-rich-quick scheme nor is there a get-love-quick scheme. Yes, relationships require some labor but the top of your list should be practicing good judgement. So learn to practice good judgement and quick thinking. I wish you well in finding love but more importantly I wish you safety.
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About a week ago I received the weirdest message in my FB in-box. There’s no head nor tail about it. Just ‘BANG!’ like that. I don’t know this person. Never seen him before in my life. My FB is set in the most private way possible and I don’t go on chat rooms (they make me throw up!). Yet, what are the odds of something like this happening? This person must either know me or been going through the trouble of searching for potential females to victimise.
Anyhow, I read the content of his message over and over again. Nope, it still doesn’t make sense. Now, I’m no English expert but just reading the English he’s writing makes me frown in agony and I asked myself, “A MEDICAL doctor? In London? Marry me?” He doesn’t even know who I am – Outrageous!!!
I’m still thinking of the best way to get back at him with a punch but for now, I’m still well, just plain annoyed.
What would YOU do? The picture he attached in his email may not be his own but I’ve included it anyway and here’s content of his message for you to ponder but more importantly, for you NOT TO GET CAUGHT by people like this. Oh, and of course his FB link too.
David Willson July 8 at 2:14am Report
Just checking this site out and I reckon a lot of right thinking people are here too. Your profile caught my attention …don’t ask me why? Well will tell you it’s just the sheer simplicity. Keep reading…
Expand in consciousness –
be ready to accept anything now,
at any time.
Eileen Caddy (God Spoke to Me)
Every moment of your life is infinitely creative and the universe is endlessly bountiful.
Just put forth a clear enough request,
and everything your heart desires must come to you.
Shakti Gawain (Creative Visualisation)
Time is an invention.
Now is a reality.
So much creativity is happening for the simple reason that we have withdrawn ourselves from past and future.
Our whole energy remains blocked either in the past or in the future.
When you withdraw all your energy from past and future a tremendous explosion happens.
That explosion is creativity.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (The Goose Is Out)
Just look next time you are having some trip and riding a problem – just watch. Just stand aside and look at the problem. Is it really there? Or have you created it?
Look deeply into it, and you will suddenly see it is not increasing, it is decreasing; it is becoming smaller and smaller.
The more you put your energy into observation, the smaller it becomes. And a moment comes when suddenly it is not there… you will have a good laugh.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (The Tantra Vision Vol I)
My life is a performance for which
I was never given any chance to rehearse.
Ashleigh Brilliant ( Potshots No. 1318 )
You find true joy and happiness in life
when you give and give and go on giving
and never count the cost.
by: Eileen Caddy (The Dawn of Change)
The greater the emphasis upon perfection
the further it recedes.
by: Haridas Chaudhuri (Mastering the Problems of Living)