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Any one knows a Irish speaking man about 58-59 years old works on oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.Victims think they’re just helping out their soulmate, never realizing they’re aiding and abetting a crime.Then proceeded to say his birthday is June 24th and asked if I would send him something's. He also has a fake daughter which he will want you to chat with!!!I told him that I couldn't do any of that without me hearing his voice and video chatting with him. Although he's sent me pictures and videos, I'm just on the fence about the situation. I don't think it matters how he looks like in pictures.I'm awaiting an answer from a few friends who attended the same high school this guy claims to be from. Wife passed 5 years ago during child birth, from Italy moved to Austin, TX 5 years ago with his 12 yrs daughter Benny and 9yr old son David.Within the first day of chatting he asked for a .00 ITunes card so he could download music while out on patrol. He to is a Marine Engineer he is going by the name of Michael Guccio and that his machine blew up and needed 3800.00 for repair have not sent any money to him at all, he told me I was the love of his life that he didn't feel this way toward his wife, it really freak me out when he called via facebook and he wasn't Italian at all. Yep I just deleted the same man but he tried to hit on me almost a year ago very romantic lived talking to him until not even 24 hoursif talking to him he hit me up for a i Tunes card he needed for supplies on the rig in Alaska well I blocked him immediately ladies be careful he is very very slick and smart Ladies also be careful they now facetime you! He looked just like his picture but when I refused to give him money he ignored me from then on!!!Here’s the real deal: Don’t send money to someone you met online — for any reason.If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam.Comenity is the bank behind your credit card, here to help make your experience even better.Comenity works with hundreds of well-known and much-loved companies to offer their customers — customers just like you — credit programs that connect loyal shoppers to the brands they love.