Thank you for the warning. I have been receiving emails and text messages from a man who supposedly has an advanced degree, and I was tipped off by an email that was copied from another site. I began searching terms and phrases in his email, and would find the exact letter he sent me, with additional info he wrote himself. My second clue was the fact that the writing style changed in his emails. Then he told me he would be traveling out of the country, and the Internet connection was very bad there and he wasn't able to call/email me as often as he would like to. He gave me a phone number to call him, and a number to text him at. I wondered why he would have 2 phones. When I tried to call him I reached a recording from magic Jack. As time went on I started to have more doubts as to the validity of the info he gave me. Finally, he called me and requested money from me for some documents he needed. At least I was smart enough to not send money, but I did get fooled into thinking that he loved me. I hope this helps someone in the future.