Phony Navy SEAL of the Week. The Nigerian Navy SEAL Part 3 Finally.

Phony Navy SEAL of the Week. The Nigerian Navy SEAL Part 3 Finally. Many Thanks For The Support...


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Crash

01/25/2019
11:05:13


3:47 - Don is trying to tell her she needs to cut her losses a LEARN from this and she's not hearing a word of it.

Amazing how patient Don was with them. The entire family were the "wait to talk" type of people.



USA11SF

01/15/2019
16:53:11


Well done.......I would not have the patience.



K9-1254

12/06/2018
15:05:17


How much did you you have to drink after this......Hell.....I need a drink!



M1Hound

12/03/2018
20:29:21


SHOULD SAY: I don't know how you do it....



M1Hound

12/03/2018
20:28:29


Maybe it's just me but I don't how you do it sometimes. After watching this 3 parter, being reminded, yet again, that these scams of blind to everything except vulnerability and money. They look for greed or insecurity. At the very end of this part, Part 3, I wanted to jump in and help her out. Do you ever feel inadequate or unfinished or......, something after these episodes. This one had many parts being played out but the bottom lines is much the same as with any financial scam, the POS goes on to the next victim (not sucker but true victim) and start causing havoc in yet another family. But, Don, you know, if these things did not work at least some of the time these freaks of humanity would go into another line of work. I just that I saw something in your eyes as you wrapped this video. I am truly glad you are who you are and you (and Diane, of course) do what you do. You humanitarian nature flows to far more than SEAL imposters. Best of health, keep up the good work, America needs you. You and Diane are in my prayers.



Micky_T

11/20/2018
08:46:49


This girl and her family are IDIOTS. These people spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on some guy they never even met. How dumb can you be?



moonshinegrrl

11/11/2018
13:37:36


Poor girl, so lonely.



Dool

11/08/2018
18:02:47


I definitely feel like theres some serious underlying psychiatric pathology with Julie. Her family admits she has episodes of extreme mania, and chaotic unreasonable spending is definitely a symptom. That being said I cant shake the thought theres a drug problem here as well. The parents sadly are enablers to boot with the initial sister seeming to be the only reasonable party involved. I sadly predict shes going to continue contacting him but once the money runs out shell never hear from him again. Hes living like a king on a $100k in Nigeria thats for sure

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montykarlo

09/26/2018
23:11:02


I think that the girl is on drugs and not being scammed by a Nigerian. Its just an excuse for her to explain where all of her money is going. Its why she always needs more. She's not that stupid. You could hear it in her voice. Almost slurring. She googled all of these scams. Thats why she knows all about it.

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earthmama

09/25/2018
17:55:59


Cannot help but shake my damn head when hearing how this girl threatened suicide if her parents didnt send her any money AND they delivered. But what could they have done with those manipulative tactics? Perhaps called law enforcement to inform them that their daughter had threatened self harm, especially if her 2 kids are there? I am not a parent so I can only speculate on alternative reactions to her threats. One thing I do know for certain, these life-sucking scammers sole purpose should be as chum during a fishing trip...or feeding the carnivores at our zoos.