Maria deposited the check and sent the money, but was soon contacted by her bank, which told her the check was bad and she had to repay the $4,500.
On top of losing her money, the fake “Andrew” disappeared, and Maria never heard from him again. The scammer may use photos from magazines and portray himself or herself as talented and successful. citizen working or serving abroad, or give a similar excuse to explain their inability to meet in person.
The Sunshine State is turning a cold shoulder to O. But that won’t happen if Bondi has her way about it.
During his parole hearing in July, Simpson said that he was considering moving to Florida upon his release.
Con artists may express their “love” quickly and effusively, find similarities with the victim, and claim the online match was destiny.