Scam Email(s) from Steven Gilebert to Debi (USA)

 

Letter 1

Hello Debi,

I thoroughly enjoyed your email Debi, you are quite the beautiful woman. True women are, unfortunately, a rare commodity these days. I appreciate your honesty being open and sharing your answers with me.

I love having someone in my life to give to. I miss that, because sharing moments, thoughts, or special things is great between friends, but are made of so much more special when there is an intimate, loving relationship. I miss passion, and miss being with a woman who can take my cares away with a hug, and my breath away with a kiss. I don't know what path you and I are on - a wonderful friendship or intimate bliss - but I'm happy right now as we get to know one another.

As far as descriptions of myself, my friends tell me I am kind, caring, and compassionate. I do care about others very much - I feel life is too short to live it wrapped in ourselves. I do, though, recognize my own needs, too, hence my exploration via CM. I will open doors for you, It's one of the little things I like a lot! Other things I like to do are thoughtful actions for no reason, such as a card or flowers not for any special occasion, but just to make you smile or laugh. I want people who I care about to know I care about them and to know I will be there for them.

I do hope you have had a good day, and that you get a lot of work done. I will end this by telling you that you brought a huge smile to my face this day when I thought of you. It truly made my day. Thank you for your time last night. I enjoyed talking to you. I'm a physical person. Consider yourself being hugged right now. I hope we can talk later.

Be well,

Steve.

Letter 2

My love,

I hope you were able to get some sleep. It's so frustrating over here, I don't know where to pick up from now. What more can I say? I really would love to talk to someone else about my problems but who?.. There's no one out there who is going to understand me like you have been doing. Who will care like you have or, who will make me smile and give my heart thrills, like you do. You have captured my heart/ like you, you have invaded my life and now I am very fond of you.

I don't know what I will do. I'm depressed, confused, and frustrated, I feel miserable now, and I don't even have no one to talk to right now, and for that, I missing you. I have been doing a lot of thinking. And I am very sorry to have involve you into this situation. My heart's not settled and I can't live like this, I'm very worried.

I am not a happy man, even when I think about the joy you bring to my life, I still couldn't smile, because deep down inside me everything is not alright.

I can't stand the thought of losing you. I want to hear to from you every morning, every minute, every day. I don't want this situation to change you or me. I don't want you to act different towards me because of the tension and pressure of last night. I want us to go back to the way it was before and not even remember anything from yesterday.

Can we do that??

Is everything going to be okay.???

According to the Word, Loves suffers long and is kind, love does not envy, love does not parade itself, is not puffed up, does not behave rudely, does not hurt, does not seek its own, is not provoked, thinks no evil, does not rejoice in iniquity, but rejoices in the truth, bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things and endures all things. This is Agape Love, honey's this the love you have for me???

I love you and I want to be with you so bad and pray each night for our being together. I will never do anything to hurt you My love. I am just a loving and a good man, and you know it.

You can put your trust in me. I swear it's going to be a turning point for us and you'll see what I mean.....sweetie

Please call me when you read this. I miss you and want to hear your voice.

Love.

Letter 3

Hi love,

I wanted to share more about my childhood with you as I wasn't too sure if you got a better understanding while we were talking later night.

When I came to the US. I lived in Chicago and worked because it was where I had my work connectios.. Chicago is a beautiful city but probably quite a culture shock as well as a weather shock ... but was very impressed with the architecture..

Growing up in France. We lived in merseille on the same property as my maternal grandparents, which was lovely. Someone was always there. My father, an electrical contractor, liked and kept farm animals - we had horses, sheep and chickens. His brother, great Uncle John, lived on an abutting property, and he had the cows and the grist mill - such fun - I used to love to help him tie the string around the top of the corn meal bags.

My father traveled to Paris for work, and was only home on weekends. So my mother, sister, grandparents were at home. It was a lovely childhood with 2 families to play with on either side of us, and one family of cousins up the road. Before I started school, my father took me to work with him, which made me feel very important. I became quite good at snapping and breaking 10-foot folding rulers and carrying colored wire - nuts from the truck to whatever house was being worked on; he was so very understanding and patient with me. Later, my mother drove my sister and I to a private school about an hour away; she and my father wanted us to have a good education.

When I was 7, my parents built their own home and we (mother, father, sister and I ) moved about 45 minutes away to the Old Port of Marseille. This seemed to break my grandfather's heart; I would frequently go "home" and spend the weekends with him and play with my old friends. My grandmother was very ill with ALS, and had to be moved to a nursing home after being cared for at home for many years. Taking care of my Nana was a family focus for a good deal of my childhood.

So, it was in Old Port of Marseille that I learned how to sail, which became an important part of my summertime life; no more weekend trips to my grandfather's. I taught sailing and raced boats until I finished college. I was quite good at it and became the first male Junior Commodore of my yacht club (lol!) . I look back on that now and it makes me chuckle.

I spent a lot of time downhill skiing in the winter from the age of about 12 on. My grandfather moved to Megeve across from a ski area, so I had the pleasure of spending weekends on the mountain. That was a joyful time; I remember literally dancing down the mountain with friends I made up there. Many of my sailing friends also skied in the winter, and we would always spend New Year’s together at one family’s ski house in Megeve (theirs was near a different ski area.) Fun, fun times. Several of those people are still friends today.

I have some questions for you.

I am not sure if you ever told me your story of Michigan and how you came down to Cali?

How long have your lived in Cali?

The smartest thing that I have ever done?
Who has been the Most Influential person in your Life? My Mom. My father passed away 15 years ago. I lost my mother 3 year.
She was 96 and had a beautiful long life, it was tough to lose her and I grieved for quite a while. It will be good to see her again.

What do you consider your weaknesses to be?

I hope you had a wonderful night and your morning is not that busy....call me when you can. Miss you!

Hugs.

Letter 4

Banking details.

Lynette Leonard
CitiBank
Routing number 221172610
Account number 1555640508

297 Harvard Street
Brookline Ma 02446

Let me know if you need anything else.