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First name: David
Last name: Mario
Age: 59
Kelvin Roland, Thomas, Henry Robb, Lawrence Frederick, James Mchugh
Kelvin Roland, Thomas, Henry Robb, Lawrence Frederick, James Mchugh
Name aliases:
Davi, Davida, Davidde, Davide, Davide, Davido, Davids, Dawid, Federick, Fred, Freddie, Frederic, Frederik, Frederyck, Frederyk, Fredrich, Fredrick, Frideric, Friderick, Jamie, Kelivin, Kellvin, Kilvin, Laurence, Rolland, Rollnad, Rowland, Thamas, Thom, Tom, Toma, Tomas, Tommy, Toomas
Romance scammer's Location(s):
Lagos (Nigeria)
Also claims to be in:
Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, NY, USA; Orlando, Florida, USA; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):
Tagged, Twitter


REPORT N1 (added on May, 22, 2018)
Eloha (USA)

Scammer who wanted to meet me on Tagged.
REPORT N2 (added on January, 31, 2019)
Dobby (USA)

David Mario, age 49, is from Orlando, Florida, and has a son, William,14, in Windermere Preparatory Academy in Orlando. David lost his wife a few years ago. He lost his parents when he was 28. He claims to be a supervisor of an off-shore oil rig. He later said that the company is contracted through the United Nations.
David and I began talking while he was on an oil rig out from Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. The UN office is in Dubai. David explained that he wanted to send me a package containing $540,000, which was his salary at $18,000 a month for 2 years, 30 months. I would have to declare that amount on my income tax and get a form from the IRS, and there would be fees at both ends of the transaction. I refused to accept the money for him. His next suggestion was for me to apply for his vacation. I did, and the rates for two weeks, one month, and two months ranged from $5,700 to $9,700. I told him that he had the cash with him, and he could pay the UN when they came to get him for his vacation. He was drawing plans for another rig to be built in the Indian Ocean, which would be another project. He said he would be home before going to that location. As it turned out, he went to the site in the Indian Ocean and left his cash on the first rig in the Persian Gulf. He finally told me to go pay the fee for the vacation. I don't think so.


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Created: 2018-05-22    Last updated: 2019-03-01    Views: 1431