aston Pennsylvania Review

This person contacted me originally through eharmony.com as a user during a free communication weekend. This person came out right away and gave me an email address to communicate with them through instead of the guided communication that they suggest. The emails were typical of a person trying to get to know another, where they lived, what they did. This person went under the guise of being an art broker based out of philadelphia. Self employed, and on a business trip to acquire artwork in Switzerland. After about three days of communicating, this person told me they were robbed in a Switzerland Airport, and had been robbed and gang raped (not likely, but OK.) The same email asked me to send them $950.00 to help “get me home””. I then replied that it was being reported as a scam

and would be forwarded to authorities. I knew something was amiss right off the bat. The grammar and punctuation the author used was sub-par in the sense that an adult would write it. I also got an email from eharmony.com stating the profile had been deleted due to “”suspicious activity”” but would not comment further. So I am placing this on here just to alert anyone else who is experiencing the same thing from this Eharmony. Though they cannot monitor every single account

they do offer warnings on what to look for. Below are the email transcripts of the conversations. Name: Michelle Donovan Email: [email protected] Website origin: Eharmony.com ————–Start—————— Sent: January 19th 2014 Hello Thanks for the message

well let me say a few things about myself. I have been out of a relationship a year and half now

I suffered heartbreak from my ex

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