Romance Scammer David Trevor


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Name: David Trevor


Also known as: Jonathan Mcdavidson


Variants of name: Davi, Davidde, Davide, Davido, Davids, Johnathan





Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)


Also is from: Mount Pleasant, SC (USA); Istanbul (Turkey); Park City, UT (USA); Australia; Miami, Fl (USA); New Zealand


Address: unknown


Phone: 8435938664




Is registered on: Match, Ok Cupid, Our Time


Media files: unknown


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Report N1 (added on November, 5, 2015)

We met on Ok Cupid and he was leaving in a couple days going to Turkey on a dig for blue garnets. We talked and emailed constantly until he left. He emailed his Itinerary for his flight and as soon as he arrived in Turkey his phone and computer was stolen at the airport. He told me he was going the next morning to the electronic store to replace them as he had a replacement chip with all his work information. He called me the next day and told me they did not have what he needed and wanted me to go to the Apple store and buy him a phone and computer and mail it to him. I ask him for his credit card information and then he told me his wallet was also stolen. I told him I would not buy the items and he got very ugly so I hung up. He kept calling back but I never answered again. He was trying to scam me out of the money.

Sandy (USA)

Report N2 (added on December, 25, 2015)

Said he was a geologist born in New Zealand, moved to Australia, then to Miami where he met his wife, married, she died of colon cancer in her father's house in Park City. He was going to Istanbul to mine blue garnets.

Mary (USA)

Report N3 (added on January, 20, 2016)

Jonathan contacted me within a week of joining OurTime. He asked for my email address in order to communicate easier. Within a week of emails, he asked for my phone number. I never gave him any truly personal information. He would call me on the phone once an evening and talk for a couple of minutes. My phone would often drop the call. On Christmas Day 2015 - he told me that his computer and phone were stolen and asked me to purchase new and next day to him. I did not. The next day - he asked me to buy him $300 in iTunes cards to buy software online for his new computer. Again - I told him that I would not be making any purchases for him. I received the EXACT email for the computer as he sent to someone else.

Janine (USA)

Report N4 (added on February, 24, 2016)

Right after i registered myself in Match this scammer contacted me, from day one everything seemed suspicious to me (too good to be true) but my daughter helped me to open my eyes.

Monica (USA)