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I was so gullible for the love but as soon as he asked me for money I cut him off completely.The best advice I can give you is if anyone asks for money or your bank details to transfer money into - cut them off totally and report them to the site you originally met on.
False pretence on the internet matching sites is illicit and often involved in ID theft and fraud. He was on a dating site called Millionaire Match but had no photos and quickly asked for an email to communicate with then deleted his profile from the site. I was contacted through playing words with friends by a man claiming to be a United Nations doctor in Syria. Real soldiers use FB and they all have lots of photos and friends etc.
We were chatting for a few weeks and he suggested going onto messenger as it would save money on subscriptions.
He told me things like he was also a widower and told me about his wife etc. I gave him my mobile and he rang me each evening and we would chat for 5 or 10 mins at a cost to him not me. When I came back we chatted for another couple of weeks and then he asked me for some money so that he could home and we could be together.
I also did some checking on other sites and also facebook and reported him on each site in a hope that nobody else can be conned by him.
But I will say if they sound too good to be true cut them off and don't even say anything to them just get rid of them as soon as possible for the sake of your heart and in a lot of circumstances your pocket.