I can verify a similar report on this site about Guy Kemp. Apparently he has alias's now, so I also am referring to Pastor Guy. Guy Kemp is his real name. He is probably in his late 50's or 60's now. A detective out in Henderson (Nevada if I remember right) has been onto him for a while. These 3k wire transfer scams are typical of him. I'll share my story.
He used to be a radio personality (google "Guy Kemp" and "radio") and you'll see a few sites with his biography. He even has a brother in the local news media too out in LA, Garth Kemp (I'm sure his brother is legit though). I mention this because if you ever speak to Guy over the phone, he'll sound like a radio guy (boomy voice) and will probably talk up as many media connections as he can. And since there is some evidence on the net that he did once work in radio, you'll have some reason to believe him. And in my case, the scam was related to his ex-radio career and I found out from other people afterwards that he'd used this same story with them.
Long story short, he said his "tech-talk" radio show was sometimes given promo TV's and computers from sponsors to review, and afterwards his show was allowed to sell them. Wire him money through Western Union, and he'll mail you great stuff. Okay, so who is stupid enough to believe this. Guy Kemp will work someone for months before pitching the wire scam. And since my company was in the tech-industry, Guy picked up on that and contacted me to be interviewed on his show. I think he even did a fake interview with me because I found out months later he'd long since been fired or quit from that show. So over a few months, I'd hear from Guy every week or so, just chit chat mostly, but always prefaced with "hey I mentioned you on the radio today". This was before internet streaming was really around, so I had no way to verify any of it. So like the last report on this site, the money got sent, weeks went by, and no goods were ever sent.
It gets worse. Guy will lie about the well being of his own family to get money. When the jig is up, even when he knows that you know he's a liar, he might even try to pull one last scam, and literally sob to you over the phone about the death of a child or a tragic accident to get money. And Guy, if you're listening, you probably know who I am from that last bit. I caught you in that lie and I still feel sorry for that. Not for me, but for you brother. You crossed a major line that day as a parent, and you knew it then.
So there it is. My guess is Guy is close to a gambling city. And I doubt he had a stroke and is living in Florida (per the last report).