The scammers are using their images without their knowledge or permission to deceive their victims and steal their money.
The scammers are using their images without their knowledge and permission to deceive their victims and scam them out of money.################################## Over the years we have talked to a remarkable number of people who are the real persons that are shown in the photos and videos stolen and abused by a mass of Nigerian and Russian scammers.
Due to the nature of a forum, they are scattered across the board and hard to find now.
Following an impromptu idea from this evening, I´m going to collect these posts here, everybody feel free to help me add them here as you find them, to give new readers and victims a little bit of insight what the real people in the pictures think of scammers, and of victims looking for them.
I am willing to speak to each of you individually to let you know that it was not me (the guy in the pictures) who you talked to online. Please contact me directly on that email address if you would like to me. The man you have photos of and are discussing is my husband, C. I have seen that a woman went on dates with the man in the photo. His name is Cecil Wolberton and he is an US Army service member. For the last week, I've had a woman from South Korea sending me FB messages professing her love for me.
Sorry if anyone is ever hurt in anyway by this person/people. Also, please don't search my name and call the numbers you find. Thx Thu Apr 12, 2012 pm Now someone called me at work! I have since deactivated my facebook account once this thread was brought to my attention. He has had email encounters from women that have tracked him down. I guess what I want to clear up is that the man in the photos is my husband and is not and never has scammed anyone for money. My purpose for writing today is to let all of you know that I'm aware of the scam and have taken steps to ensure that no additional pictures of me fall into the hands of these punks.
They search through the social networks and dating sites databases, to see if a person with such email is registered somewhere. While I understand your discussions are important to alert others to not be scammed by this same person/s, Please refrain from posting the pictures that these Nigerians sent to you on this website. I know this man, I took vows face to face with this man. I posted several dozen photos there in 20 when I was deployed to Iraq with the US Army (I'm still on active-duty with the Army, but not in Iraq).
RESEARCH YOUR SCAMMER, FIND OUT WHO IS BEHIND THE EMAIL Sgt. Williams Wed Nov 23, 2011 am I'm Thomas Williams and this def isn't me. These pictures were on my private facebook page and were not intended for others (those who are not friends) to be able to search for and view. He does have a profile on FB but it won't say we are married. I thought it was a good way for my family to see what I was up to during my deployment.
While the photos were released without my permission, the polive have informed me that once they are out there it is beyond my control. Respectfully, Yours Truly honestlady wrote: Wayne, I doubt J is the real person. So all who don't know what's going on here, yes, the real Jorge.
He was set up for video chat to proof but he didn't show up. I'm not here to answer questions are setup dates with those unable to let go of their horrible experiences as being anything other than fantasy. I don't have anything to do with Nigerian scams, I don't work for romancescam.com, and my 'only' involvement here is that I put some pictures of myself on Facebook, didn't secure it and my pictures were stolen.
Once again, I can prove to you all that I am in fact the person in the pictures and that I did not speak to any of you regarding these matters. So please, if you see this photo do not believe what he says. Sun Aug 19, 2012 am Pinky, I lived with the man in the photos and we are legally married. I even deleted all of my photos from Facebook (just to be safe).