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Con expects he may have to declare bankruptcy or hand over the keys to his house to the bank because of the financial loss.
They prefer to use images of white people capitalising on stereotypes and perceptions.She promised to pay Con back once she got home to the U. She told him that she loved him and wanted to be with him. He said "things really started to stink" when she sent him personal bank statements that appeared fake.Then she asked him to set up an online bank account and insisted he share his account number and password information."The money part is tough but the emotional part is really hard." Throughout their correspondence, Deborah sent photographs, images of her bank statements and passport, even X-rays. Con has no doubt he was targeted by a co-ordinated group of scammers working together to keep up the charade. "It still bothers me to that extent, the depths of the lies," he said.