|Also known as:||Christopher Vonberger, James Hansen, William VanDyke, Ernest Asare, Douglas Smith, Christopher Brooks, Frederick, Isaac Morgan
|Variants of name:||
Bill, Billie, Billy, Chris, Christo, Cristopher, Doug, Douglass, Federick, Fred, Freddie, Frederic, Frederik, Frederyck, Frederyk, Fredrich, Fredrick, Iseac, Jamie, Simth, Wiliam, Williams, Willian, Wills, Willy
|Location(s):||Accra (Ghana); Lagos (Nigeria)
|Also is from:||Houston, Texas, USA; Toronto, Canada; Tampa, Florida, USA; Shadyside, Ohio, USA; Brooklyn, New York, USA; California, USA
|Address:||9 Hibiscus Road, East Legon, Accra, Ghana, 00233
6805 Ferry Landing rd., lot 49, Shadyside, Ohio 43947, USA
|Is registered on:||
Match, Onluxy, Tinder
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Report N1 (added on March, 29, 2016)
Chris started corresponding with me on match and we traded phone numbers. He texted and then asked for my email so he could send me a message. Within 4 days he professed his affection for me and said we would have a great future together and hid his profile on match to prove he was serious about me. 1 week later, he supposedly traveled to Toronto, CA on business and needed my help sending money to buy equipment for a project in Ghana since his account was not accessible since he was out of the U.S. now. He deposited money into my account and I sent money grams for him. The money in my account turned out to be manufactured fraudulent checks drawn on Hartford Pathology Associates and my bank froze my account. But not before I sent $7k of what I thought was his money. I now owe that to my bank.
Report N2 (added on May, 16, 2017)
I sent 1st guy I got the nerve to send msg Jockey12D. He responded back and told me he would email me.
Report N3 (added on January, 30, 2018)
I was approached by a man claiming to be Christopher Brooks on a dating site, we communicated for a week before exchanging cellphone numbers. I searched his name and found nothing. We have talked for the last three weeks via texts and daily phone calls. He claims to be a Superintendent of Oil and Gas, graduated from Texas A&M, was born in Idaho but moved to Poland to live with his aunt because his mother died giving birth to him. He then moved back to the U.S to attend college, moved to California 8 years ago and currently lives in Brentwood. He claims to be currently in Canada to oversee a rebuild of an oil rig in Arctic Archapeligo.
Three days ago he asked for my address to send me flowers, then two days ago asked for money. I refused. He has had his best friend Frederick((713)588-3288) call me to try and help me work things out with Christopher, I will not talk to either man, they both have Polish/ Slavik accents but speak English well. I searched his name and found a complaint dated 01/08/2018 on Dating Scams101 website. The victims story and mine are nearly identical with the exception that she did send him money. The photo isn't the same man I have received selfies from. I have run reversed image search and used Tine Eye, nothing comes up related to one photo but one photo is a photo shopped photo from The Queen's Baton Relay dated 2014, North Sea Scotland listed with Getty Images. He has offered to send me a photo via email of his drivers license, visa and social security card to try to prove he is who he claims to be, I refused. I requested a video chat which he claims is not possible at his location. He refuses to respond to questions regarding the faked photo and claims his ex wife is out to destroy him.
Christopher stated he will prove himself to me next week when he flies back home and is on my doorstep. I have already filed a report with IC3.gov.
Report N4 (added on May, 21, 2018)
He claimed that his wallet was stolen. He claimed he was from Brooklyn, NY. He asks for money. He is a scam artist. He has a Russian accent. He claimed to be on business in California and needed money to complete a business deal. He changes cell phones regularly. I filed a police report. He disconnected from me for a while claiming that he was hospitalized and that his phone was taken while he was unconscious. I thought that I would never hear from again but he contacted me months later from a different 917 number. He asked me for money again. He may be a Nigerian scammer. The dating site, Luxy, informed me that he had sent emails from Canada.