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When Johnson asked for money, then Suzie sold her house without hesitation to give him. When Suzie’s bank investigated his transactions, it was revealed that five other women were also sending him money thinking they were helping their boyfriend.Also, the money was transferred to an account in Ghana and not in the US.Suzie met the third man on Facebook; his name was Godfrey Kyzungo.
Unfortunately, though, you might just meet some scammers.These men will often say they live in metropolitan cities in the US but their work takes them elsewhere in the world. and, of course, to wait for him because he can't wait to meet you. They will send you pictures of themselves and they're usually drop dead gorgeous. They are often shots of handsome models posing in hats, sunglasses, holding products like beer or wine standing in front of tall buildings in urban landscapes, or posing by expensive cars.They'll tell you this is all the money the bank will give them and how their family members have invested too.Suzie, an Australian Grandmother, has lost more than 0,000 in a relationship scam, an online relationship to be specific.And now she is spreading the word of warning to other people about the risk associated with cyber love.