I met Mr. Timothy Dain on Zoosk website for singles. We emailed ([email protected]) (IP address 220.127.116.11), texted and Skyped for a few months, during which he gained my love and trust with his thousand words of love and assurance that we would have a bright future as soon as he would get here in Montreal, Canada, where I live. He explained that he is a geologist (oil and gas), travels a lot, lost his wife from cancer, dated a woman who left him because he was too much absent, has a house in California where his mother Angela lives with him, that his father passed away, that he was brought up in South Africa. He then went to Bahrain, United Arab Emirates for an oil and gas project. A few weeks later, he asked for help. I started to send him money - $3,000, $10,000 and so on. It would never be enough and there was always a new problem (piece of equipment, taxes, workers on strike, etc.). He said that he had invested all what he had in this project that would bring him $100,000. I sent him all what I had, borrowed from Visa and MasterCard and managed to send him roughly $50,000. I always had to send money to third parties who would somehow send it to him. One of them was Triple S Trading Inc. in New York, Mrs. Jennifer Nash ([email protected]). After a few months, he said that he was going to jail in Bahrain because he still did not have enough money to pay Mrs. Nash and the workers. We continued to exchange emails but much less often. I wanted to know the truth and thought of checking his IP address, which corresponds to Redmond City, Washington, USA. Of course he will not admit that he fooled me all the time. I did not keep all our emails, texts and Skype messages. Mr. Dain will not reply to my last email in which I told him about the location of his IP address. I would like to get my money back ($50,000) plus punitive damages of $50,000. Could you please confirm reception of this message. Thank you in advance.
Money back plus punitive damages