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The victim called the real police department number and determined that no such police officer existed and no one had called him from there.
========================================== Here is an example from one young man who wished to remain anonymous….
However, the man in South Carolina is responsible for most of these scams.
He is African-American, likely between the ages of 25 - 35 years old and has, on rare occasions, had a woman help him.
Plenty of Fish (POF) is an online dating site that uniquely claims to have millions of users worldwide.
From our perspective at The Daily it has earned another unique claim as well.
We say this primarily because of the voice messages victims have recently sent to us. An example is the "new sheriff" link above and these 3 voice messages sent to us by a victim who was targeted on OKCupid on January 26 by a woman's profile saying she was 20 years old and named "Brittnie." Do you recognize this man? Message from "Dad" using the name "Matt Davis" and calling about his daughter, Brittnie (though the "detective" asked our victim if he was talking to "Lily Davis": The victim was first contacted by a man claiming to be Sergeant Chad Barrel from a neighboring town's police department.
After reading this article, read: Your Worst Nightmare: Sexting a Minor... Most men have now informed us that the calls from the father and daughter most often come from a South Carolina number.
A number of men have also been told to wire money to women of different names in South Carolina.
I was on the app Plenty of Fish (POF) and "matched" and sent a message to a girl with the username "starfish3824".
I received a response about an hour later stating that she did not get on the app very much but that if I gave her my number she would text me. I receive a text about 2 hours after I sent my number with a picture of a girl holding a dog saying that her name is Jess.