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Scammed by Twoo man!

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asked on Jun 26, 2013 at 23:56
by   dave
edited on Oct 23, 2017 at 07:54
 
Oh thanks goodness I had my eyes peeled and did not fall prey to this man who sent me pics of him and his daughter, mom and him and him standing in front of door in Cyprus. Ha! Ha! I loved his pictures he had on Twoo with him sitting with a puppy dog and all the words said to make a woman believe that she was being loved by this person.  

Please everyone just be careful and do not deposit any monies from instructions on emails!

Luckily, I did not fall for the pirate story and so glad I checked the internet out and saw the exact same email that he had sent to me posted on this wall about the Pirates!

Well all I can say is thank you for the most amazing ride he can teach a lot of men on how to deal with romance ha! ha!

Wish I could actually meet the person in question on the pics and his daughter and mother whom I have all spoken to - shame sorry they did not get to meet me as I am an amazing person as he said!
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answered on Jul 2, 2013 at 02:49
by   Twoo
I am very sorry that this happened to you. I assure you that we are doing our best to remove such profiles as soon as possible. We have already blocked a lot of fake accounts. We will appreciate if you report any suspicious person that has contacted you. Our users reports play a crucial role in the process of removing scammers’ profiles. The fastest way of reporting fake accounts is by clicking "Report abuse" on that account or in the message thread. Thank you in advance.
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answered on Jul 19, 2016 at 04:13
by   Lisa M
I joined to see if a man who scammed me in a fake romance had joined there.  He has. He is also on a number of other dating sites.  I feel I want to warm women who he may contact.  Is there any way of doing this. I lost out financially and emotionally and 80% of what he told me was untrue with a smattering of truth for authenticity.  His intent was always to deceive for money. Because he gained financially from me I am certain he will do it and probably has done it again. His verification details are genuine, but he is absolutely NOT. 
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answered on Oct 6, 2017 at 02:16
by   Elizabeth
edited Oct 23, 2017 at 07:56
 
There is a man on Twoo with the name Napoleon. He is Estonian but lives in Cape Town and he had a daughter Manda. He scammed my cousin... she even blocked his number. Please ladies be care full!
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