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JENNY BROCKIE: Welcome everybody, good to have you with us tonight. JENNY: He said he was living in Perth, he was working in the mining industry, originally from the United States. JENNY BROCKIE: How many tranches of money did you send all together? It was stolen from, he'd stolen it from the Taliban and he'd hidden it and he was putting it in a bank vault in Kabul and needed money to pay the fees on the gold. JENNY BROCKIE: And why do you think you fell in love, what was it like, explain it to me? Bill, you joined a dating site called Gay Romeo after your wife died, your wife of 30 years, yeah. And I was a lonely person then and I was looking for a new life and what transpired between us made that promise of being possible. BILL: I developed a love of him but a respect and a willingness to find out more.
Jenny, you lost a six figure sum in just six weeks in an on-line romance scam, how did it start? I was contacted by someone who seemed legitimate, took the romance, if you like to call it that, off-line and that's where it started. JENNY BROCKIE: Okay, and you were living in Perth as well? The suburb he said was probably twenty minutes away from where I lived. JENNY: Well, he said his name was Garry, he always signed his messages from the first message as "hopeless romantic Garry", which I thought was just a bit of fun really but then I realised all part of the game, yeah. JENNY: Four, one was teeny tiny, and then three very large ones. JENNY BROCKIE: And you were sending him money how soon? TRACEE: The man I fell in love with, this fictitious photo here. TRACEE: I'd been looking after my mum for six months, sorry, six years, caring for her. JENNY BROCKIE: So what was the scammer saying and were you getting suspicious? I come from a military family so there was an element of doubt there regarding some of the things that he was saying, both my parents are military, especially when he was sort of saying things like we're running out of food, we need money for food, can you send an extra 0? Did you ever Skype this person or"¦ TRACEE: We did Skype once but his camera didn't work, which is the same usual story you get from all"¦. JENNY BROCKIE: Did you find that out at the time or found out later? JENNY BROCKIE: So how long did this go on before he started asking you for money?
TRACEE: But they're also certainly convincing too with their documentation, everything that they present to you is extremely convincing, very convincing, so"¦ JENNY BROCKIE: We've got some pictures of some of the documents that I think are floating around here that people can have a look at, and Bill, you said that too, didn't you? Were you, were you connecting with that picture of yourself? BRIAN HAY: One of the things Jenny that makes it so difficult is the scammers, fraudsters, scumbags, are skilled at isolating the victim from their support networks, so they become the person to which you emotionally attach and you depend upon. They have no money, they have no future, they have no hope, they don't have a support network and friends and families and that's why we find a lot of people attempt suicide, consider suicide. JENNY BROCKIE: Tonight we're talking about on-line romance fraud.
Queensland Police Service For information on scams, and examples of fake documentation - Crime/scams/Nigerian_To report an advance fee fraud: Crime/scams/To talk to the QPS fraud squad, or to enquire about the Victims of Fraud support group call: (07) 3364 6622 (This service is offered nationwide).Rosie Freeman-Jones spokesperson for Illicit Encounters.com, who commissioned the survey said: 'The overwhelming statistic that we got from this survey is that married women and men are not happy with the amount of intimacy in their life.As many as 1 in 4 married people in London (25 per cent) admitted having at least one affair and couples in the East Midlands (24 per cent), Yorkshire and Humberside (23 per cent), Wales (23 per cent) and North West (22.66 per cent) also had high numbers of married couples having affairs in response to their sexless marriages.Now your photo is known to hundreds, and possibly thousands, of women around the world. LTC GORDON HANNETT, US ARMY: Well, they've been used in internet dating scams since about 2009.JENNY BROCKIE: Do you know how many times it's been used?
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BILL: Well, it's just a case of not having much to begin with, but what you did have has gone. BILL: Well, it's probably given somebody a good time. JENNY BROCKIE: Tracee, do you know what's happened to your money? We've seen a great movement towards Ghana over the past ten years, I've been to Ghana, spoken, worked with their officials, they estimate 70 percent of their offenders in their country are Nigerian.