Debbie the online dating real
I’m going to be more cautious if I continue online dating.
The man she thought was a long-distance boyfriend in Florida tricked her out of her money, her credit card information and her heart.
I was ranting about how I didn’t believe him when he wrote: “Just send the money! I also wrote to the police department in the town his phone number was coming out from -- the number was a land line somewhere out of Michigan.
Here’s this guy taking advantage of a person that trusted him and he’s getting away with all of this; he’s probably doing it to other women.
I think when I turned 50, that’s when the panic set in.
I began to really take a good, hard look at my life as a single woman who had never been married. ” Our bond became a little bit stronger each conversation.I thought I needed to get my courage up -- even though I’m this old, I know there’s gotta be someone out there for me. [John Scofield] was the first person who contacted me. He talked about being adventurous and all the places he’d been. Then he talked about his life: how 10 years earlier he had lost his wife and his parents all in the same year. A few weeks later, Jeff told me he loved me over the phone and “I love you” spurt out of my mouth real quick.