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From Craigslist." As soon as we started talking she asks me to send her a contact picture.I send one, and I ask the same of her; she sends me one.He tells it well why he got suspicious and thought it was a scam: "I was browsing Craigslist's "Casual Encounters" section when I came across this ad (TDS has blurred the faces because we're certain they are innocent girls whose photos are stolen off the web.) She is listed as age 18: "Hey Y'all my name is Katie and I just moved here from South Carolina for college I'm a cosmetology major currently attending Paul Mitchell, I love the beach and I absolutely love Italian food, I'm outgoing I'm spontaneous and very open minded I'm not looking for anything serious, something fun and casual with no strings attached I'm enjoying my youth and looking for someone to enjoy it with me, so if you're into that sort of thing leave me a message or your number if you want to speed up the process." She has two photos, cute girl, so I emailed her with my number.I get a text message from her within 24 hours saying "Hey its Katie!A "Detective" also called the other man using the number 510-790-6800.] Lucky for me, I was not able to hear "Mr davis" during the first call that led to us hanging up and giving me the opportunity to lookup both numbers.I got a call later from Mr Davis, still in a noisy room after claiming he'd be going outside to call me, saying that his wife was wanting to turn in the phone and take action.
[UPDATED 12/11/17, including new voice messages and this scam targeting a guy on Craigslist.] On June 21, 2017 we posted the another victim's story of this scam.It is also possible that he works in a warehouse or similar place and uses a forklift at work.We also believe he reads this article and monitors the information we post!I claimed to be somewhere public and could not send anything back, she then kept sending other photos of whom seemed to be the same girl but I noticed backgrounds seemed to change although claiming to be in her same room.Stupidly, I said whatever and sent a picture in return to which I received a text reply complimenting. This morning, morning after the texts were exchanged, I get a phone call from a "detective johnson" from a number with my same area code claiming he'd gotten a disturbing call about texting an underage girl and exchanging photos, saying I could get sent to prison for 30 years unless I could resolve it with the father whom he claimed was willing to work with me before taking further action.