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Martin's profile said that he was an Australian, but stationed in Ghana as an aid worker. Martin's photo showed that he was attractive, well-dressed but not too formal. Martin's interests were not very specific but of a type that fitted with Jessica's own, namely sports and other outdoor activities.Both were after a serious relationship and looking for a warm and loving partner.The phone calls were the worst because he knew how to push all the right buttons.She should have hung up straight away but she still felt something for him.Jessica felt devastated that a man she had been sharing so much of herself with for so long and felt she could trust implicitly had been a scammer.In addition to these mental and emotional costs, she had also sent the scammer in excess of 000, most of her life savings.
Martin's emails and phone calls became increasingly insistent and angry.Most work in groups – it’s probably a group of individuals in a foreign country that are working together.”The FBI found many romance scammers operate from Canada, England, Ghana and Nigeria.