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What followed was more song and dance: a purported passport photo, a video of Bustin on a Skype call (with the scammer’s voice superimposed) for a “live” conversation, an invitation to move into his home in north London barely two weeks after their initial phone conversation.It was that invitation that led the woman to do a bit of forensics – she did a reverse image search.Well, ooo-la-la, “Martin,” you silver-haired fox, I just love your dating profile photos. * go my dreams and those of at least three women who saw “Martin’s” photos on dating sites and social media platforms…I’m so sorry for the recent loss of your dog – what a cutie! actually, let’s make that 58-year-old Danish-American widower “Martin” on the Zoosk dating site, divorced Danish-American “Christian” on Elite Singles, and 50-year-old divorcé “Sebastian” on Facebook.You’re mature, plus that photo of you in the swimming pool in Mykonos shows you’ve stayed in shape since your wife died, and… These are some of the captions the scammers slapped on the ripped-off photos: The dog was mine but he passed last year. The one with the pastries and jam was to raise funds for charity.The one with me and just the woman is my late wife.
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She told the publication that the scammer first contacted her on 29 January.
He/she was using photos stolen from a social media site.
Like, say, the 79-year-old accountant who fell for a Nigerian email scammer so hard that he bilked a friend out of £151,000 (4,000) to come to the rescue of a “girlfriend” he’d never actually met.
Even at trial, he still staunchly believed all the romantic bilge “she” pumped out.
In July 2016, Birgit Hebibi, 54, who lives in Berlin, had contacted Bustin to let him know that she too had been snookered by a scammer using his identity.