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Scammer Raymond James

 

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First name: Raymond

 

Last name: James

 

Aka: Bruce P. Ryan

 

Name aliases: Jamie, Raimond, Ray, Rymond

 

Age:

55

 

Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)

 

Also claims to be in: Washington, DC (USA); Minneapolis, Minnesota (USA)

 

Address(es): unknown

 

Phone number(s): 5852824994

 

E-mail address(es): raymondjames55@gmail.com
bruceconstruct1@live.com

 

Operates on website(s): Match

 

Scam media: unknown

 

Fake documents: unknown

 

   

Scam Report(s)

 

 

Report N1 (added on January, 4, 2017)

The scammer very quickly let me know his e-mail address and started writing beautiful letters. I got suspicious because his writing was pretty bad and from the second time I got an e-mail from him, his e-mail went directly to Trash. I did some research regarding scams and I found one letter from a certain Raymond James in your site. The letter that I found was almost identical to the letter I received. He just had changed some small details.

Lisa (USA)

Report N2 (added on April, 7, 2017)

After receiving a wink from Funny_Red_Guy on Match, I read his profile (attached) and decided to wink back. He then sent me a message via Match Mail, which I responded (both attached). He immediately asked that I use his personal e-mail (bruceconstruct1@live.com) to communicate going forward. I, in turn, requested that we keep using Match Mail. However, after not hearing back from him and noticing that his full profile was no longer available on Match, I went ahead and sent an e-mail to his personal e-mail. My assumption was that he decided not to renew his membership. To be safe, I created a second yahoo e-mail address, so as not to reveal my last name.
Furthermore, as soon as "Bruce" provided me his full name, I searched for him to see what I would find. I came up with nothing, so became even more skeptical. I went along with his e-mails, and ended up sharing my personal e-mail w/ last name inadvertently when I replied from my iPhone. In another one of my e-mails, I actually mentioned my birthday (and age), so now he knows my DOB as well (which is very concerning).
After he provided his phone #, a search led me to your site indicating he was a romance scammer by the name of Raymond James with another e-mail address (using aol instead of live). In addition, a reverse look-up on the phone # indicated it was a LAN Line in Rochester, New York. At this point, I obviously knew he was a fraud. As a result, I never called or texted his phone # and stopped all communication as well as blocked his e-mail from my yahoo account(s). Although he didn't ever ask me for money, I'm sure it would have eventually ended that way. Throughout our communications, I thought it was odd that he never would directly answer my questions or acknowledge some of the information I was sharing with him. His e-mails seemed a bit "canned".

Mya (USA)