Angelica Torres – Epilogue

Dear Readers,

Whatever happened to good old-fashioned boy meets girl? Remember when we were kids and we met that cute little girl on the playground at school? Ah, those were the days.

I wanted to add a couple of little tidbits about the online scamming going on these days.

To report any internet scam, go to:

Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) | Home

You can report the crime here if you are the victim or even a third party to the event.

Also, Google has a neat little search tool in case someone sends you pictures via email and you want to check them out.

Google Image Search

And finally I wanted everyone to know that I have met a real woman. Dare say how did I do that? Well, I am a bit on the old-fashioned side and of all the places to meet someone…………………………………………………….was at church!!

See – God does look after his sheep after all. She is real, I have her email address, her phone number and life is looking better every day!!

God Bless you and your family.

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Angelica Torres – Wrapup

Disclaimer – this blog posting is not about Meetup.com being a scam. However, it is about someone named Angelica Torres who used Meetup.com to scam me.

Final posting for this internet scam. Beware of Angelica Torres. This scam isn’t about the pretty girl in the pictures – it is about being scammed on the internet. I believe that this scam is being run by some guys that are located in the United States and Europe. They could be located anywhere in the world for that matter. Here are the two last pictures that were sent to me.

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Angelica Torres - 7 Beware of the following email address:       angelicat712@gmail.com

Beware of the following Google Voice number:    720-446-6603

 

Oh, I forgot that I actually called a number in London and spoke with Angelica. However, I am not quite sure it was Angelica because we didn’t talk very long and it was a very short phone conversation.

Beware of the following UK telephone number:   44-704-574-4342

Just for kicks and giggles, if someone in the UK reads this blog would you call the UK number and ask to speak with Angelica. Post a comment in the section below and tell me if you talk with her. Tell her about the blog.

Thanks for reading along on my great misadventure. It was fun while it lasted….NOT!!

By the way, Angelica even sent me an email with her flight reservations for her arrival into Atlanta airport. She never showed up….Imagine that!!

Hope you have enjoyed reading. All the Best to you and yours.

Robert

Angelica Torres – Winding it down

Disclaimer – this blog posting is not about Meetup.com being a scam. However, it is about someone named Angelica Torres who used Meetup.com to scam me.

In this email, she states that she is coming home. These are the last 2 pictures I received. I emailed her where these pictures were taken and she said in Dubai. If you take the picture of her with the dolphin and blow it up, the life jacket shows Mexico written on it. So, I guess the richest country in the Middle East is now buying life jackets from Mexico?  I don’t think so.

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I am not quite sure where these photos are coming from. Possibly whomever is running this scam is getting them from a Facebook or Instagram account. It is possible that these pictures are of someone who has no idea that her pictures have been stolen.Angelica Torres - 10

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Angelica Torres – Let The Games Begin (continued)

Disclaimer – this blog posting is not about Meetup.com being a scam. However, it is about someone named Angelica Torres who used Meetup.com to scam me.

Okay, if you have been following along Angelica (remember she is in London and I am in Georgia) had a slight fall. She is now asking me to send her some money. Seems her credit card was compromised. If you notice, her syntax is getting terrible on the last email. Her life seems to be a bit chaotic. Kinda odd for a fashion designer of 13 years who is in London on a contract that should have ended about 3 weeks ago (according to her first email to me).

Anyway, I sent her reply emails that stated I wasn’t comfortable sending her any money and I wanted her to prove to me who she is. She sent me the following email with her telephone number 720-446-6603 (this is a Google voice number by the way listed to a male in Colorado). She also sent me a social security number, Maryland drivers license number and states in the email that she will call me later that night.

Surprisingly, I did get a phone call from her on my cell phone. It was from a private number. She called 3 days later than she said she would. Must have been all of those time zone differences between the US and London. HA!

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The social security number doesn’t trace back to her. If you remember, she sent me her birthdate in an earlier email. The drivers license number doesn’t match to her either.

However, I did send texts to the 720-446-6603. And I received replies. If you feel up to it, try sending a text to that number or even dial it and leave a message for Angelica and tell her that you have read the blog and recommend it to her to read and have a laugh or two.

Angelica Torres – Email #18, #19, #20 & #21

Disclaimer – this blog posting is not about Meetup.com being a scam. However, it is about someone named Angelica Torres who used Meetup.com to scam me.

In this email, she says she wants to call me. And I actually send her my number. Now remember she is in London so it will be an international call.

AT email 18More of the same lovey dovey………

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Now she is using bold text……

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Now she is thinking of me….Really??  No, she is really thinking of how to word the next emails. Probably already has them queued up to send me.

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