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Name: Parker Lopez
Other Comments: Met this guy on match; a few emails later he was in love with me and soon started asking for money and to send it through Western Union to Accra Ghana to a Richard Afriyie. He also goes by the name John Manuel, Srgt. Steve Lopez and of course Parker Lopez. He is also on Facebook under these names.
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I just got hit up by this guy as well but he's saying he's gay from texas hes a E6 staff sergeant in Syria on a peace keeping mission he's going by the name Donny Lopez Hill emial Donnyhill6@gmail.com
Someone just registered with these pictures posing as Geyhard on OK Cupid. Said that today (1/13/18) was his first day on the OK Cupid site and first time doing it. He had posted a picture of a girl with blue eyes (I didn't take a screen capture of it). It looks like he has now disabled his account. When I asked why he didn't post a pic, he said that he was afraid that scammers would steal his pics. Said he was Norwegian. I gave him my email and he sent me two pictures there. He then found me on Google Hangouts and sent one more. I will be posting the third one because the other two are already on this site (the one with the blue short sleeve shirt, and the one with the dark blue sweater). His email is email@example.com.
He tells me that he is a Major in the US Army and stationed in the Middle East, Syria. Ask if I was ok with it. I told him as long as we get to video chat at some point. He says he will work it out. He states his MOS is Air Defense Artillery and works in field 14 or field 17. He did not give any details on what that meant, just that there were many differences. He has been stationed there for 18 months and will be there for 2 or 3 or 5 more months. He said he had brought an iPhone 6 with him but it had gotten stolen while he was on night duty patrol. He is accessing Google Hangouts via his boss' old laptop that doesn't have a camera (he brought the camera part up).
He wrote:I am a Christian, I am Honest, Faithful, Caring, Loving, Giving, Respectful of others, I lead a very active life style, I enjoy going out for movie. i am looking for a honest, loving caring woman, humble, faithful and trust worldy woman to spend the rest of my life with. I am not just looking for a shorterm relationship but i am looking for a relationship that will last till the end of time. I want a woman that will treat me like a real man and will never hurt me for any reason.
He asked for my full name (I only provided my first name) and birthdate (I only provided a month and date, but was not real). I asked for my real age, which I stated was real. Says he has a 16 year old daughter and studies in Australia. He is divorced, about 4 years and have not dated. He has a home in West Palm Beach, Florida. When he retires (soon), he will be picking up his parents' business - gold selling and beach resort. Says that he loves cars and owns many - benz 2015 model of s550, 2014 range rover sports, camaro, ford mustang an.
I asked how he was able to access his pics if he didn't have his phone. He said he had a pen drive.
I asked for more pictures. I will post if he sends them
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