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How Jasmine Neil Caught Her Scammer with The Help of Funds Trace

How Jasmine Neil Caught Her Scammer with The Help of Funds Trace

She decided to give love another chance. She took her phone and installed Tinder, eHarmony and Happn. She made her account on these dating apps and was hopeful that she would find someone honest and genuine there because all of her friends got married to the guys they met on these platforms.
November 1, 2022
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Loneliness has caused people to turn to the internet to find love. This practice has increased over the years, and many people have found the love of their life through the internet. But for some, online dating has been the source of ripping off their pockets. Worry not! Funds Trace is here to the rescue. Here is how we helped an unlucky woman who was scammed by a guy in the name of love.

Who is Jasmine Neil - the Unfortunate Woman Who Was Scammed

Girl Scammed

Jasmine Neil is a 35 years old woman. She got married at the age of 23 but was divorced at 30. She has a cute little son named Jack. Jasmine works as a hairstylist to earn for herself and her son’s education. Amidst all these tragedies that happened to her, she started feeling very lonely and upset because she was sure that no one loved her and no one would help her if she got into any trouble.

That’s when she decided to give love another chance. She took her phone and installed Tinder, eHarmony and Happn. She made her account on these dating apps and was hopeful that she would find someone honest and genuine there because all of her friends got married to the guys they met on these platforms. She used to check her account every day and got a match after five days.

Trapped in Love Led To a Huge Loss!

She started talking to a guy named David Carlos and found him good enough. Soon they started dating. The guy was too nice to her, and he trapped her completely in his love. They would call each other and FaceTimed every day. David was very upset one day, and Jasmine could sense it through his behavior.

When asked, he told her that he needed some money because he got Covid, but he can’t even afford medications. Jasmine was devastated; the only person she thought loved her was fighting for his life. She said she would remit him for his expenses and that he needed not to worry about it. 

So, Jasmine transferred the money for the first time to him on April 19th, 2021. But on May 9, he asked for more money, saying that he met with an accident and he had to pay his hospital bills. He kept asking for more money, and his demands increased every time. Jasmine sent him all her savings and was left with nothing. When she refused to give him more money, that’s when he ghosted her. Jasmine lost all the love she thought she was going to get from this person, and most importantly, she lost all the hard-earned money that she had kept for her son’s education. There was no hope left.

How Funds Trace Helped Her Recover Her Stolen Amount

Recover Money

One day while googling the tips and tricks of scammers, she came across Funds Trace. She talked to one of the representatives of Funds Trace, and the team was fortunate enough to persuade her to trust Funds Trace. She gave us all the details, and the investigation started with the collaboration of FCA. 

Soon, we found the culprit, David Carlos, got all her money back and sent him behind bars. 

Jasmine was delighted after getting 95% recovery because she could finally give his child the future she dreamt of.

Key Takeaways!

Scammers use different techniques to scam people these days. Make sure you notice the patterns of such people and beware of the red flags.

If you have still been scammed, don’t lose all hope. Funds trace works with FCA and other authorities to provide you with the best funds recovery services you can rely on.

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