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  • #24556
    TheTinyQueen
    TheTinyQueen
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    Hello all,

    I was recently contacted by an SD with the username Tatasmanianas or something like that. Right after he sent me an initial message he let me know he was deleting his account and wanted to continue conversing via email. His name is Earl Gillian
    He’s nice, handsome. He mentions frequently the money he’s spent on other SB’s or family and friends. We were getting down to talking about allowance and he says that his bank account has been hacked into before so he wanted to inquire if I had BOA, Wells Fargo, Chase or a BEU account for his accountant. That seems pretty specific to me.
    He’s also currently pretty far away. So I just wanted a second opinion.

    Thanks!

    #24561
    Malia
    Malia
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    Absolutely old style scam. Do not share any banking info with this pick up artist.

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    #24567
    Ambrose
    Ambrose
    Participant

    @Malia is on point here. He’s deleting his account because… he used up all 10 of his free messages. When a SD uploads a picture their account gets 10 free messages. So scammers upload a picture, send out 10 copy/paste messages, then delete their profile and do it again.

    Anytime a SD sends his phone number/kik/snapchat/ect. in his first message, it is a HUGE red flag.

    #24574
    AThousandWishes
    AThousandWishes
    Participant

    OMG! I knew he was a scam. He just wanted to share too much of his personal business. Thank God I found this before we started talking allowances. He was fishy from the beginning

    #24582
    SaraJenn
    SaraJenn
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    I got an even better one. I had a man in his FIRST message to me say “don’t even bother replying unless you can prove you’re real with a valid drivers license and banking information. I’ve been scammed too many times”. Seriously? You need my social and my mothers maiden name too, hun? Lol

    #24695
    brownsugaraura
    brownsugaraura
    Participant

    LOL @SaraJenn that’s hilarious. I’m glad @Ambrose mentioned Snapchat. I had a sugar daddy something simply message me Snapchat? I didn’t reply because I had no idea what the hell he was talking about but I have no desire to share my personal snapchat with anyone. I did not know they were using Snapchat as a scam too.

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