He had taken ,000 of her life savings and made her hock her jewelry.
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Dubbed by the FBI as “Operation Romeo and Juliet,” more Americans of all ages who subscribe to online dating services are being lured to give their hearts, then convinced to part with their money, said David Bowdich, assistant director in charge of FBI’s Los Angeles Field Office.
“These arrangements only end up in heartbreak,” said Bowdich, who was flanked by officials with the Internal Revenue Service, the state Attorney General’s Office and several investigators with local law enforcement agencies.
“To this day, she does not consider herself to be a victim,” said Kathy’s son Dave Weil.
“To this day, she thinks this guy is real.”Weil described how his mother was part of an online dating scheme during an FBI press conference Monday in West Los Angeles, which was held to warn the public about an increase in financial scams targeting the lovelorn.