Have you met the "love of your life" online - watch this ....

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  1. Caramel

    Caramel Clairvoyante !!

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    Thank you Marilylyna, iIt will still take some time to sort out but at least he and his thieving family will have to move out of my houses. I just want to sell up as I have no wish to ever live in any of them. He isn't happy either - he's now on his 2nd Tunisian wife! Wonder whether she will stick with him?
     
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  2. crystal

    crystal The Punchy Scot

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    Not now Caramel!!! well done you...proud of you...x
     
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  3. Caramel

    Caramel Clairvoyante !!

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    Thank you Crystal. Market is very bad at present but it will take some time to sort out any way. No doubt he will be appealing.
     
  4. BrownGirl

    BrownGirl Moderator And Queen of Summaries Staff Member

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    Love Bombing hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh this video should be broadcast worldwide.. and the question asking is so interesting. they do ask a lot of questions those wankers. clever.. Is there any kind of prison for these fraudsters? Troll for victims yes for sure.. cast the hook worldwide. I have to watch this few times its true.. You fall in love with the person THEY PORTRAY. Not who they really are!
     
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    olderandwiser Well-Known Member

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    In theory, marriage fraud for Immigration purposes is supposed to be a serious offence. But nobody seems to get prosecuted for it.
     
  7. ijs

    ijs Well-Known Member

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    It's a serious offence but the victim has to report it. Fraudsters/scammers can be imprisoned depending on the seriousness of their crimes. But if they are convicted of marriage fraud they will be deported.
     
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    Meteorite Well-Known Member

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    Hope your OK x
     
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    Meteorite Well-Known Member

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    Depends how you look at it mine can't leave his own country now....justice! I think so x
     
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    Judithlyn Well-Known Member

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    I wish to report marriage fraud...how and where do I do it?
     
  11. Heidi

    Heidi The Sleuth

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    in which country?
     
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    Liona Well-Known Member

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    Heidi, what a question??:cool: All over the world for sure. :p
     
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    Liona Well-Known Member

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    @Shiky , look the posts #1, # 16. I think it would be interesting to you.
     
  14. Heidi

    Heidi The Sleuth

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    But of course, I'm so thick :D May the force be with you, Liona :Ninja:
     
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  15. Mango Chutney

    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    He isn't and never was married :confused:
     
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  16. Heidi

    Heidi The Sleuth

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    Abdelhak Rahali is a marriage swindler and a con artist. He told the US victim and Judith both at the same time, that he wanted to marry them ;)


     
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  17. Mango Chutney

    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    I know all that, but can he be reported for marriage fraud when he didn't actually marry anyone? For sure, he'd asked both victims to marry him....but is that enough to report him on?
     
  18. Heidi

    Heidi The Sleuth

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    That's what marriage swindlers do. Make promises to woman, take their money and don't marry them.
    In Germany that is punishable by law. I don't know about other countries
     
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    Laura2014 Well-Known Member

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    Receiving money through deception. It’s a crime in the UK too.
     
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    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    But how do you prove it was not a gift?
    I didn't know somebody that had not married could still be reported for marriage fraud! This is great :D
    I know I'm shit for picking this to pieces, I would desperately love to see action taken....I took as much action myself as I could....but I was armed with an incredible volume of evidence.
     
  21. Heidi

    Heidi The Sleuth

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    Marriage fraud is not a crime in Tunisia, so I wonder what Judith has in mind :)
     
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    Laura2014 Well-Known Member

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    The Deception Act changed in 2007 to include deception perpetrated from abroad with the intention to deceive or obtain money or goods by false representation. Provided the money was removed from a UK bank. The act covers obtaining money through transfer to overseas. I’ll try to find a link. Worth a read.
     
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  23. Mango Chutney

    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    Nothing is a bloody crime in Tunisia....it protects rats and drives me crazy! In a country with such an established, deep rooted, scam culture, laws need to be in place for marriage fraud, harassment etc....before I lose my mind!
    This is really encouraging....it's like a small ray of hope. I wish it was better known.....I had no idea and I'm sure many others don't :(
     
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    Judithlyn Well-Known Member

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    All over the world! Prevention of him getting visas is what I’m after!
     
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  25. Mango Chutney

    Mango Chutney Well-Known Member

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    Judith, we sent emails to every embassy in every country where rat required a visa. We also emailed every foreign embassy in Tunisia. He was reported to the British Home Office, the Metropolitan police, Crimewatch, Interpol, Europol etc. It's worth your while looking into doing this sort of thing too. I'm not sure what official channels you go through in Japan, but certainly emailing all the embassies is something you could do....and it sits on file :thumbsup:
    You will need to give personal details about him like name, age etc, plus an outline of his scamming history.
    I don't know how this will work for you, as we were reporting him for many crimes...but look into it.
    Have a chat with one of those lawyers on your retainer...they should be able to advise you on any action you can take.
    If it fails, it fails...but at least you did your best :)
     

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