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While sweetheart scams can happen face-to-face, today’s sweetheart scams often take place online.
Sweetheart Scam, Signs Of Romance Fraud With dating fraud, often the con artist develops a relationship with their victim through an online dating site and convinces the victim to send money to the fraudster.
The requests for money can be a one-time event, or repeated over an extended period of time.
He’s had enough of the laughs – American working in Luton, England is suing his work mates for “excessive banter” 47-year old American born Thomas Nudge has lived in Luton, England for 4 years, having moved from New York to live with his online dating sweet heart, and works at a local supplies company.
One would think that a man who moves from the hustle and bustle of New York would find serenity and peace in a quiet town like Luton, but it seems Nudge is having difficulty adapting to the British way of life – something made evident by the fact that he is suing 8 of his male colleauges for “too much banter”. I hate being called “lad”, I hate the constant references to “cheeky nandos with the boys” and I can never tell whether they’re being offensive on purpose or just “having a bit of banter”.
“All we’ve done is treat him like all of the other boys, you know, bit of banter and that, and he goes ahead and sues us.