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David Williams; dwilliams7354 on gmail and yahoo; his dob is 06/14/73 (or at least that's what I was told) - I do not understand how some people live with themselves, because they lie, cheat and steal for a living! I was drawn in by a very creative


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David Williams; dwilliams7354 on gmail and yahoo; his dob is 06/14/73 (or at least that's what I was told)

I do not understand how some people live with themselves, because they lie, cheat and steal for a living! I was drawn in by a very creative and a very smooth talker. He's currently on Christian Cafe as funlake454, and he used to be on there as softball503 I believe. He promised me a lot, and has stolen close to $12000 from me as well as my dignity and trust.

David Williams; dwilliams7354 on gmail and yahoo; his dob is 06/14/73 (or at least that's what I was told)
Texas
United States
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David Williams, who claims to be from the Houston area and now from the Austin area, is an extremely smooth talker, has an elaborate scam of getting women to give him money, and he needs to be stopped. He goes on Christian dating websites basically pretending to be someone he isn't. He took a lot of money from me, nearly ruined my credit, and I am now on a mission to make sure he never does this ever again to anyone! Other information I have on him is he says he's a telecommunications engineer, travels a lot overseas (where he claims to get stranded, have an accident, etc, and asks for money to get home), and preys on trusting and unsuspecting women on dating websites, will promise you the world, come off as a born again Christian, and will call you baby telling you are his everything and loves you with all his heart. He strung me along for about 4 months, took a lot of money from me, gained my credit card information, and now I'm reeling from the mess he has caused. He's back on the Christian Cafe dating site as funlake 454, uses the same pics of a nice-looking blonde hair, brown eyed man around 6-6'2", says his favorite reading material is the Bible (which blows me away!!!), and claims to make a lot of money. . .please, please, please be on the look-out for not only this man on Yahoo, Gmail, dating sites, and Messenger sites, but any man or woman who makes a situation sound too good to be true! Because 99.9% of the time, it is too good to be true. I have learned the hard way. Not only will you be left with a broken heart, but you'll be left broke w/o any money in the bank. I am a wise person and have never been sucked into anything like I have now. He will contact you, set up a date with you, break the date last minute, claim to have gotten a call to fly overseas (probably Africa), then suddenly need money because the airport authorities are holding his luggage, or he's in a car accident and can't pay for his hospital bill, continually tell you how much he loves you, can't wait to be with you, and may even promise you marriage. Then after you're broke, you'll stop hearing from him, and low and behold, he's back on a dating site using the same pics but just changes up his information just a little to keep everything "real" enough to seem legit. He also has an accent, 1/2 British 1/2 Australian. Please be careful!



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I caught him in his scam! He was on Match.com in the Seattle area. The second he said he was falling for me my guard was up. He called from his cell phone which was really a landline in Houston. He was supposedly working in NY on come communication grid for some building. Said in his profile he was Islamic/Muslim. Same photo that you have posted here. Sent me flowers, chocolate and teddybears from 3 different florists (probably with your credit card) Told me he was flying home and send me his flight info which I checked out and found it was all fake and I called him on it and told him never to contact me. That I knew he was a SCAMMER. A few days before that I had reported him to Match.com saying something was weird about this guy and they deleted him... he tried to tell me that he deleted his profile because he had me.

Trust no one!! Be safe!! Don't give anyone money no matter what!

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