Dr. Phil continues his conversation with Mark, a respected doctor who says he met a woman named "Kelly Smith" on an online dating site and then sent hundreds of thousands of dollars to Nigeria, Dubai and Malaysia to get two metal boxes containing $3.5 million in cash and $3 million in jewelry and diamonds.

Mark says he was promised six different times that the boxes were on the way, but it has been six years and the boxes still have not arrived. Where are these elusive boxes? Find out what happens when Dr. Phil conducts a global investigation to track down leads in the United States and overseas, and see what was discovered at the address that Mark gave for “Kelly” in Nigeria!

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“Dr. Phil” Show Goes To Nigeria To Determine If Man Who Sent $750,000 To Help Woman Is Being Scammed
How A Man Who Learned He Was Scammed Out of $750,000 Can Get Closure
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