Scammer Erland Jorgen

 

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First name: Erland

 

Last name: Jorgen

 

Aka: unknown

 

Age:

56

 

Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)

 

Also claims to be in: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

 

Address(es): unknown

 

Phone number(s): 19028008071

 

E-mail address(es): erlandjorgen@hotmail.com

 

Operates on website(s): Global Pen Friends

 

Scam media: unknown

 

   

 

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Report N1 (added on February, 2, 2018)

I got to know "Erland" from Global Penfriend. We exchanged pen letters on that platform for 1 week before he asked to exchange email address. There was no pressure. He just gave his and said he hopes I will write to him there. I did. We talked about jobs and family and he expressed his wish to visit my home country. He did not ask me to go to Canada or anywhere else. He said he will be booking his flight and asked me to apply for leave to take him around. He said since he has never been to my home country, he does not know which area is good for hotels and convenient for us to meet. He did not suggest that I stay with him.
Later on, he said he has decided to leave NS to go back to Sweden where his son and mother are, after his visit to me. He said will be busy with banking and changing his mobile lines etc. He gave me his NS number and said he will change soon. He booked his ticket on 16 Jan 2018 and asked me to help with hotel booking. When I asked for his credit card to guarantee the room, he reminded me about the banking adjustments. As I know the hotel manager, they let me book his room without his card. On 30 Jan, I went to the airport to meet him. He had changed phone numbers then and whatapp me instead of previously telegramming. He rang to say how happy he finally arrived but was not able to clear customs as he brought in too much cash. He said the money is impounded and himself detained. He said he needs me to transfer $8000 to customs office for his release. By now, I know I have been scammed. I played along, feigning distress and asked for the account number. He expressed gratitude and was profuse with love for me. As soon as the account details came in, I made a police report. I sent one last message to him with a photo of the police station.The communication ended there. I did not lose any money. I may have lost my husband 6 years ago, I did not lose my head. Nice try!

Angela (Singapore)