The woman from Delaware is hunted by a fake captain of a cruise ship who seduced her online and promised to marry her before she asked her to transfer $ 500 to India
- Better Business Bureau of Delaware shared news about the romance scam by & # 39; Captain James Rockwell & # 39; on Twitter
- A Camden, Delaware, woman met the fake seafarer online and talked to him for weeks before he asked her for money
- She wired him $ 500 through MoneyGram, after which the man disappeared
A woman from Delaware raised the alarm after being the victim of an online scam with cat fights by a scammer posing as a cruise ship captain.
The Better Business Bureau of Delaware shared the romance scam news in a tweet Sunday, including a receipt from MoneyGram on September 29.
According to the non-profit organization, the Camden, the Delaware resident lived a man online who claimed to be a cruise ship captain.
The Better Business Bureau of Delaware tweeted this MoneyGram voucher Sunday after a woman said she was scammed for $ 500 by a man posing as a cruise ship captain
& # 39; The scammer promised love and then asked for $$$, and promised to marry soon, & # 39; read the tweet.
The bride to be married married her groom, identified as Captain James Rockwell, $ 500, who disappeared from her account as quickly as the man disappeared from her life.
According to the MoneyGram receipt, India was the expected destination of the transfer.
"Captain James Rockwell uses his title and position to attract women to raise money," said BBB or Delaware in a statement at the station WMDT, & # 39; Use his appearance to pretend to be deeply in love with them. & # 39;
A spokesman for BBB from Delaware told Fox news the fake seafarer spent a few weeks online tempting before asking for a handout.
The BBB of Delaware urged Twitter users to warn others about the nautical Lothario captain James Rockwell.
& # 39; Captain James Rockwell & # 39; spent weeks with the wife of Camden, Delaware, online before she offered to marry her and then asked for money (stock photo)
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