|Also claims to be in:||Brazil; Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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Report N1 (added on July, 12, 2016)
Evans Danirl aged 50, widowed with an 8 year old daughter, lost his wife in a car accident 4 year ago.
Works for Exxon Mobile Oil and Gas Platform as a Contractor Engineer at oil and gas offshore - located 190 miles south of New Orleans in the Gulf of Mexico.
He says he was born in Brazil, and his Mother is from Cleveland Ohio where he lives.
Evans says he's new to Facebook, but knew enough, and was able to hack my Facebook page, and steal a mobile phone number from my Private Settings - this phone number has now been removed from my Private settings on Facebook.
He phoned that mobile phone number at 11.40 pm a couple of nights ago, and it was noted he had a Nigerian accent, not Brazilian like he claims.
He made a couple of mistakes in his messages to me, one, he told me his 8 year old daughter Kelly Jane attends New Leaf Academy in Cleveland Ohio, USA.
After checking this school, I discovered it only takes in girls from 10-15 years of age - after I confronted him with this lie he changed the school to Intergenerational School.
He told me his daughter loves me, and wants me to send her an email at this email address email@example.com.
All these scammers use the same line, "I'm a God fearing man, and very honest". These scammers are anything bar honest, and usually ask you to marry them in less than 24 hours, as this one did too. They also use the word "dear" quite often i.e. hello dear, what are you doing today dear.
One of his messages:- my dear i think you're the rightful person for i to get married to have been looking for my soul mate and have been praying to God all the time and i know he will answer to my prayer i will love us to get married to each other i need some one that will be there for my kid to call mum fur about 4 year now she have know mum and that makes her very sad some times i know you're a godly person and kind person.
I didn't give this Evans Danirl a chance to ask for money, but it was only a matter of time before he would ask.
He wasn't the smartest scammer I've dealt with.