- Report: #1061427
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Complaint Review: Marvelous Jewelrys
Marvelous Jewelrys4593 Hollister Ave Santa Barbara, Select State/Province USA
Marvelous Jewelrys Fake Company Santa Barbara California
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The company is a fake. Not sure when the website was created but the men who created it are not in the USA. they created the website to dupe women on dating sites. The man who contacted me from Match.com asked me to open a yahoo messenger account so we could communicate. He starts off really nicely, tells you his wife passed away and that is wants to spend the rest of his life with someone. I became suspicious right off the bat but for some reason could not help but play along either. He told me he was going to travel to Dubai for business for a week but that we would still be able to talk etc. That week turned into weeks...He claimed to be a millionare and such. About two days after our first communications he professed his love for me, told me that I was the one he had been searching for then asked that I delete my match profile. I told him I did but really I just hid it. Anyway at that point he will start to make you feel loved and truly wanted. Now mind you I knew the game from the get go but the effort was good. He sends lots of love songs from youtube to you but they are not newer songs they are older. Some cannot be viewed because they are banned in the US due to copyright laws. That clue I'd say number 10 or so. Eventually he will ask you to post pictures on dating sites of his friend and explain they can't fighure it out from where they are since they are overseas. It was noted by me that the images were of different men each time they asked, also they name the images with just two letters. This man sent pictures of his so called self to my email so I caught on rather quickly. Then they ask you to pay for his friends subscription to some dating site as a gift.
When I asked him why he would ask me to pay since he was a millionare he became enraged and angry. Still did not get a dime out of me. This is the test phase because if you pay for that then they know you will give them money. What it is most concerning about all of this are the men who's images they have stolen. They are using these images on different websites all over the world. If yahoo would ever give me copies of all of our IM's I was asked to post on dating sites everywhere in the world for these men. Again I did not pay for anything at all.
The website they use is to a residential area in CA. The phone number has since been closed down however it is through a VIOP service so who is to say where this is all taking place from really. They cannot send or recieve images on the phone number which he says is a cell phone.
He called me a few times as well which was odd because the number was always restricted. What is most concerning here is the fact that this particular group uses images from both men and women that are on dating sites and they are exploiting both men and the women they get money from.
I call this group the Romeo's because they are slick at getting you to send images, talk to them etc. Once they have your images they start posting them on dating sites all over the world. They also only use Yahoo accounts and each account is different for each new dateing site.
They are also using the website to try to get connected to other women and men. They are not selling anything but they will steal from you.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/23/2013 10:26 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Marvelous-Jewelrys/Santa-Barbara-Select-StateProvince-93110/Marvelous-Jewelrys-Fake-Company-Santa-Barbara-California-1061427. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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