Scam Victim’s Story: Facebook Victim Romance Scammed And Then Sextorioned By Alleged U.S. Scammer

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Scam Victim’s Story: Facebook Victim Romance Scammed And Then Sextorioned By Alleged U.S. Scammer

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Scam Victim’s Story: Facebook Victim Romance Scammed And Then Sextorioned By Alleged U.S. Scammer

‘I Felt Trapped’: Convicted Fraudster Allegedly Scammed $3K From Woman, Then Extorted Her For Nude Pics in Sextortion Scam/Blackmail

Michael McDougal, 35, is accused of using a fake dating profile to swindle $3,000 from Christy Maxwell, an Orlando single mom, then getting her to send him nude photos in a desperate attempt to recover the lost funds.

Christy Maxwell first met “Mike Reynolds” on the dating app Plenty of Fish in mid-January. 

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Always report scams involving money lost or where you received money to:

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This helps your government understand the problem, and allows law enforcement to add scammers on watch lists worldwide.

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