Romance Scammer William Perry


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Name: William Perry


Also known as: Colin Owen


Variants of name: Bill, Billie, Billy, Coline, Collin, Colline, Perr, Wiliam, Williams, Willian, Wills, Willy





Location(s): Accra (Ghana)


Also is from: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (USA); San Diego, California (USA); Melbourne (Australia); Belle Vernon, Pennsylvania (USA); Bremen (Germany); Indiana (USA)


Address: 404 Ella St. Belle Vernon, PA, USA


Phone: 13344081038




Is registered on: Match, Our Time


Media files: unknown


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Report N1 (added on March, 31, 2016)

I was approached on Match minutes after I joined by this charming 61 year old man from Pitt, Pa. He claimed to be a Geologist. We talked on Match for a day or so, then he had me text him. We text back and forth for about 2 weeks. We decided to meet one weekend, when all of a sudden he had to go to San Diego for business, still we kept in touch for about 2 weeks, the day before he was to fly back to Pa. he claims he landed a Contract in Melbourne, Aus. in a Gold Site, and had to leave right away. It was only going to be for a couple of weeks. All this time he would send me gifts, jewelry, flowers, even dinner for my family to be picked up after I got off of work, so I didn't have to cook. A real romantic. After he arrived in Melbourne, or where ever he was, he needed a new iphone, his would not adapt to their phone system there, nieve me sent him a new iphone.

Carol (USA)

Report N2 (added on June, 15, 2016)

Colin reported himself as a global contractor, repairing oil rigs across the world. Within just days after connecting, he began professing love and devotion and couldn't wait to have a life together once he finished the contract in Cambodia. While in Cambodia, supposedly a man was killed and he had to pay the widow $15,000 even though he was to receive $4 million dollars for this contract. He even sent me a copy of the contract they drew up, a copy of the registration of his company and a copy of his passport. Of course, when I Googled the registration of his company, nothing existed. When I confronted him, he BLEW UP, accusing me of not trusting him! In the end, I believed him and sent him $2,000. I knew better but since I had just lost my husband 6 months ago, I was extremely vulnerable. Look Out ladies!!

Denice (USA)