Popup content
Scam letters
Scam fake docs
not yet available
First name: Dylan
Last name: Nathan
Age: 59
Fredrick Robert
Fredrick Robert
Name aliases:
Bob, Fred, Fredrik, Natan, Rob, Robbert, Robbie, Robby, Roberts, Robret, Robs
Romance scammer's Location(s):
Accra (Ghana)
Also claims to be in:
New York, USA; Aleppo, Syria
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):


REPORT N1 (added on October, 28, 2019)
Dobby (USA)

This guy is an orthopedic surgeon and is from New York. His wife died in a motor accident. He has a son, aged 15, named James. Right now he's in Aleppo, Syria, and he's 59 years old. He developed feelings for me, and of course I had to have feelings for him. He is a good conversationalist. He does not say a few sentences and leave me hanging, wondering if he will come back or not. Dylan Nathan gave me the email address to apply for his vacation, and I wrote the "barrister" at the UN. His reply was not about vacation but about $300,000 that has been paid to him for his vacation fund for work well done, as Dylan put it. The barrister wanted all kinds of information about me so he could wire the money to me by wire transfer. I wrote back to tell him I did not want the money, that I asked about his vacation. Also, a beneficiary is one who receives funds when the owner of the funds has died, and Dylan Nathan is not dead. I love making these crooks think! I told the barrister that I would need his photo ID, his phone number, and his address because my bank will require it of people I do not know. All the correspondence I receive will be sent in with my report, including a love letter in the form of an email from Dr. Nathan. Geez! (I learned from a scammer that caught me last year that when money is sent to them, they have people in place to make it appear that the money is going to one place when it is actually going to another, and those people get about 35 percent of it--good to know--that's a pretty good payday for 1/3 of $300,000, wouldn't you say? My scammer didn't get but $600 from me over 6 months, and he worked hard to get that much!) Dylan refers to a vacation TAX. This will be interesting. The UN wrote back saying they thought I was a woman who had lost her husband in the war zone, and they would not need the information requested. Instead, I am to pay $3,200 for a Tax Clearance Certificate. Got him!


Please add comments about this scammer.
To place complete report with photos, letters, fake docs, etc. and become Free Gold member on our website, please fill in the report form.
Created: 2019-10-28    Last updated: 2019-10-28    Views: 707