Grandmother from Australia lost 360 dollars, believing the two online fraudsters. A third marriedPictolic
An Australian grandmother has lost a total of 359 thousand dollars (about 22.5 million), believing the three crooks on the Internet who swore eternal love to her, and then tearfully asked to move some money. And, of course, disappear as soon as the money was received. For one Australian woman even got married.
Extremely gullible Suzie (the surname the woman to disclose would not) admitted on a local TV show that tried to find real love online, but its cruelly deceived. Three times.
The first man that I met Susie, claimed that he's British and his name is David Fisher. In the course of rapid online Romana Susie eventually transferred at the request of the men of 60 thousand dollars (about 3.75 million), who inherited from his father. And of course, as soon as beloved received the funds, he was gone.
Susie did not despair and continued to look for love. The next hero of her heart, Johnson Williams, told her that he was an American soldier and fighting with the Taliban. And then again asked for money. "I believed him because I thought, "Wow, my life is seeing someone, and I have to be loyal to him"".
In the end, with the Australian contacted the Bank, when they noticed that their client transfers large sums abroad. Susie met with representatives of the Bank, who pointed out to her that the account to which it transfers the money, was opened in Ghana, and not in the United States. Besides it to receive funds from the other five accounts owned by women.
Only Susie has listed soldier 224 thousands of dollars (almost 14 million).
"To lose I had nothing. He loved me no matter what and no matter if I had the money."
Now experienced Susie is trying to annul their marriage and at the same time encourages other women to be alert with these online lovers.