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They arranged for him to visit her, but he explained he first had to visit Nigeria with his son for a job interview.He made desperate, emotional pleas to her for help, and in total she sent him thousands of euros to pay the medical bills.It was then that she realised something wasn’t right – and after a few weeks of no communication, he confessed that he was a 24-year-old scammer.She told the BBC: ‘He had a way and a sweetness I had never known in a man before.And he was innocent in a way that puzzled me.’ Scammer: ‘I wish I could see through your eyes and see what you like to see.’ Maria: ‘I like to see the truth, and often the truth is more beautiful and greater than people dare to realise.’ Scammer: ‘You talk in parables.
"Lots of passion and attention."A deputy found the bank transfers from the woman were ending up in an account owned by Owonla, who was in the U. She met a man online who identified himself as Henry Tesone, an electrical engineer in South Africa who was headed to Egypt to work.