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My scammer's name was Richard Hutchings aka Rick Cudney, sent money via WU and MG to Zacharia Olawale, Olabode Dambola both in Nigeria, Krista Graziano and Tolulope Oloniyo both in TX, this scammer was clever and had so many "fake names" I had no idea. He was currently working in Israel finishing up a project.I truly fell for him, but he got what he wanted and that was God's money, not mine. He had a building collapse and suddenly have to go to Nigeria.I'm being chastened now and deserve it but after counseling and still feeling stupid, I ask for God's forgiveness for me and for this whoever to get caught and stop ripping people off. Of course he claimed to love me and said all the right things.I have been talking to five different men four military and one that is a plumber. Says hes German born, dead parents, a son in England. Hello I realize your post is dated last year, but I wanted see if your guy and the guy I'm talking to are the same your story sounds just like the story my guy told me.All of them had some kind if excuse no phone on top secret mission military want let them use phone's but they sure can use a computer. He said he was interested in me and wanted to exchange mails. The accent is more like a Nigerian who attended British schools. the guys name who found me on facebook is Roland C Albert.