- Report: #1141202
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Complaint Review: William Hamilton
William Hamilton, [email protected], eharmony, William Hamilton singles, eharmony, scammer los angeles California
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eHarmony is the source of many scammers looking to take advantage and lure lonely singles into giving money to them. With the extremely poor grammar in the emails, it is assumed that they are from outside of the U.S. In my case, I received a call from Nigeria country code 253 which I believe the scammer got a little careless with. We had chatted and texted for several weeks and then he wanted to call to talk. That's where he messed up because I use to work in telecommunications.
The name the scammer used was William Hamilton at this email address: [email protected]. He has a linked in profile that is very likely also a lie. This person claims to be in the petroleum industry; a widower; a shy guy; and claims to live in Los Angeles but travels for business.
Do not sign up for eHarmony. It is a source for scammers and they will not refund money even though they send matches that are no longer active, have no profiles filled out, or to scammers who are working from outside the U.S. to try to get money from lonely singles.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 04/23/2014 06:01 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/William-Hamilton/los-angeles-California/William-Hamilton-wwlhamiltonyahoocom-eharmony-William-Hamilton-singles-eharmony-sc-1141202. 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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