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Friday, 7 July 2017

STEPHEN JENKINS .... ALWAYS THINK AT EVERY STAGE.. CAN THIS BE TRUE?


STEPHEN JENKINS

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ABOUT A SCAM.....


YOU ARE NOT TALKING TO THE PERSON IN THE PICTURES.. These have been stolen and they are innocent of all of this. They are victims.
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This man has been used. The scam was elaborate and PLEASE READ AND **KNOW TO THINK** EVERY STAGE OF YOUR ONLINE RELATIONSHIP.

GAY MEN ARE TARGETED BY SCAMMERS. JUST AS WOMEN ARE. THE SCAMS ARE ALWAYS THE SAME....
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The victim met the scammer on FB, in September 2015 and they started an online relationship. The contact was maintained on the phone and in emails. The scammer told the victim his name is Stephen Jenkins and he is working at his grandmother’s farm in Knoxville, Tennessee; allegedly she is grandmother of the scammer. 

A few days later, the scammer called the victim asking for money to pay his phone bill. The amount was sent to Debra Patriquin
in Knoxville, Tennessee on the behalf of the scammer. The next money request arrived shortly after - the scammer was asking for help to pay for the shipment of his harvesting at his farm to Texas. In few weeks, the total amount sent to that person on the Stephen's behalf rose to $4.500.


The victim tried to stop the payments, and every time he did, the scammer threatened to stop their relationship. After another few weeks, the scammer promised to wire part of the money he owed to the victim's bank account. No money arrived. The scammer claimed he was trying to do it again after a while, but he failed, pretending he had some problems with his bank. A third attempt, happening in December, when the scammer claimed he was sending the entire amount he owed to the victim failed also.

 This time the story was a different one: his grandmother, Debra Patriquin, was notified about the transfer and she stopped payment on it.
In and between money requests and failed transfers, the scammer told the victim that his grandmother and his cousin, Wendel Brasher, had to go to Lawton, Oklahoma for a Farm Conference Meeting. Before she left, she went to an ATM Machine to pick up her money. 

She was attacked by three thugs and stabbed her three times, and Wendel Brasher tried to protect her from being attacked.
He got stabbed once in the stomach. They were hospitalized in Lawton, Oklahoma. Stephen had to run down to Oklahoma to see his grandmother. The scammer asked the victim to send another payment to cover his family bills. All the checks done in the hospitals from that area were unable to locate any person the scammer mentioned. Also, the hotels where the scammer claimed his cousin and grandmother stayed had no record of them there using their names.

The scammer promised the victim he will fly to the victim's location to be together. The victim paid for the scammer's flight ticket. another $350. The victim expected to see Stephen in the airport, but he was not there. "The cousin" contacted the victim, pretending "Stephen" got lost between flights and he missed the plane. The same cousin convinced the victim to split the costs for the next flight - the victim ended by paying another $345.00. That flight was cancelled because of the winter storm. Few days later, other $400 were paid and the scammer was all the time in contact with the victim and his "cousin", to be sure he will not get lost again. 

The scammer told the victim he is ready to start the flight, but he might have a delay because of the weather conditions. After that the scammer went silent. A few hours later, the "cousin" contacted the victim online, accusing the victim of hurting Stephen and trying to defraud him, pretending Stephen was stabbed in the back three times and was found in the restroom bleeding. The cousin said he almost died until someone walked into the restroom and called 911. A check done with the police confirmed no such incident occurred in that Airport. The allegedly hospital where Stephen was supposedly treated was unable to find anyone with that name as a patient.

A few days later, Stephen contacted the victim for more financial help, to cover his medical bills and the costs of his mobile phone.
The total amount the victim lost is $6,660.00.
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Email address: coolsnurb312@gmail.com
Phone numbers: 908-300-5975, 940-222-8196, 732-659-0620, 239-400-2950
+19083005975
+19402228196
+17326590620
+12394002950
Owner is based in Fort Myers, FL
VoIP - Ymax Communications - the phone number was reported since 2013 in http://www.scamsurvivors.com/forum/view ... 51&p=26973, where it was used by a scammer located in Ghana and impersonating the FBI in another romance scam. magicJack is a telephone device that can be plugged into overseas phones so calls can be made using a U.S. area code. It is intended to allow somebody abroad to make calls to the U.S. at a local rate.
Cousin Wendel Brasher
wendel.brasher70@gmail.com
Phone numbers: 239-400-2949, 1-701-594-4465,
+12394002949
Owner is based in Fort Myers, FL
The grandmother, Debra:
Debra Patriquin <debra_patriquin@yahoo.com>
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ONCE YOU KNOW YOU HAVE BEEN SCAMMED BREAK OFF ALL CONTACT IMMEDIATELY AND REPORT WHAT YOU KNOW TO AUTHORITIES.

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