I thought I needed to get my courage up -- even though I’m this old, I know there’s gotta be someone out there for me. [John Scofield] was the first person who contacted me. He talked about being adventurous and all the places he’d been. Then he talked about his life: how 10 years earlier he had lost his wife and his parents all in the same year. A few weeks later, Jeff told me he loved me over the phone and “I love you” spurt out of my mouth real quick.

I need you to send me $5,000.” I kept telling him on Facebook and on the phone that I do not have that kind of money. I said “OK” and gave him my credit card information. I started getting sick with really high blood pressure. I’d get the calls consistently or on Facebook -- “You gotta help me, I don’t know what I’m going to do” -- all day long. I wanted this so bad to be real, but a part of me knew that it just couldn’t be. “If you could just send me $200, maybe $250, so I can eat,” he said. It got worse and worse and I started getting pissed. I had found a site on Internet scams that had this guy’s name and everything that I had been going through with him.

I work two part-time jobs with mentally disabled adults and they don’t pay very well. When I told him I didn’t have the money, he told me to figure out a way to get it. I’m on the phone with State Farm and they said, “Someone just tried to draw $1,000 off your card.” The next thing I know, I have a block on my account and he was pissed. He said he didn’t want to die in another man’s country. I copy and pasted it to Facebook and said, “How do you explain that?

I was swept away by the fact that someone actually wanted to spend the rest of their life with me, that I wouldn’t be alone forever.

He told me he had an antique store in Jacksonville, Florida, and that he would teach me how to price things in the store and I could spend some of the time writing.

Periodically, I would notice Jeff would become overly perturbed when he couldn’t get a hold of me, or if I didn’t call him back immediately. ” and he’d assure me, “I’m real babes.” Two months into our relationship, he told me he was going to take his savings of $700,000 to the United Kingdom to buy some antiques and have them shipped back to the United States so they can be sold at auction. I got a phone call from him; he told me he had got some nice antiques and that he was going to Nigeria to buy some more things. A few days later I got a call from him when I was at work.

He said, “I went to ship my stuff out and it costs ,000 more than I have. I want to get back to the United States.” He said he hadn’t eaten in so many days and that he had to sell his watch. He told me he would have someone pay on my card and then I would get the cash off the account and would send him the money. “Now if you could send me 0 each week,” he said.

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Debbie Best, a 50-year-old residential habilitation trainer and employment specialist from Butte, Montana, found herself the unwitting victim of an online dating scam.