Wired online dating made this woman needs
Somehow it led me to your site and I read previous posts that sounded very familiar. I too thought that I had finally met the man of my life. Evan Gilmore, supposedly from Denver, divorced single dad with 2 teenagers.That led me to a Youtube post about Oil Rigger dating scammers and there was his face amongst all the others who are doing this. He has no love in his heart for you or any of us that he tried to scam. Messaging via WWF for a couple of weeks, exchanged gmail, then on Hangouts for a month. Collinsclark friend requested me on Instagram a few days ago and he is following over 6,000/people, women of course.We argued about that, he wanted me to send him a walmart debit card, but finally I told him I was not doing it, and I was done with that theme, now he said there was an accident on the oil rig, and one person is dead. He has not responded to my email yet, he has sent me pictures of a very handsome guy who I am sure is not him. He also uses photos of an older woman with dark hair and supposed sister wearing glasses, claiming his mother just had heart attack but does not reveal what hospital the mother is in. He is unusually very sweet, speaks in a silent voice, whispers and sometimes you can hear children in the background that are probably his :-)) hardly him being on an oil rig.
I couldn't find him so I Googled his name with oil rigger. And he's so so sweet everyday with the calls and texts.I was quite charmed by the fact that he disregarded our age difference, I am 64, and talked about what really mattered, friendship, wisdom and experience. You may come across the same photo with a DIFFERENT name. He fits the profile and so does she fit the profile of a mark. They have thousands of identities and work at it 24/7. His name is Alex Aiden, 45, grew up in London when he lost both his parents at 10. Internet connection is bad and he cannot access his banks for money. Said that I could check that he has a lot of money in the account.