Dr. Phil discusses science, online censorship and the pandemic with First Amendment attorneys Nancy Wells and Chip Babcock on this week’s “Phil in the Blanks” podcast.
Dr. Phil sends an investigator to Lagos, Nigeria, to locate a law office listed on a will that a woman’s online fiancé claims was signed by his “uncle”. What did he find there?
A woman whose daughter says she is naïve and claims she is broke after giving away upward of $100,000 to catfish she has met online, describes what she is looking for in a man.
A woman whose family claims she has lost upward of $100,000 to online scammers meets the real-life father and daughter whose pictures were used by her online fiancé.
Dr. Phil works with a fraud expert to prove to his guest that the stacks of “white money, she says she received from an “associate” of an online sweetheart, aren’t real.
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A woman’s family claims she’s addicted to online romance scams. She admits she hasn’t had much luck in the past, but insists she is currently engaged to “a good, honest man” who she has never met in person.
A woman who admits she gave $9,000 to a stranger in a motel room expecting to receive a suitcase from her former fiancé, filled with gold, cash, and a wedding ring, says she never received the luggage.
A woman who met a stranger in a motel room and gave him $9,000 in exchange for stacks of “white money” insists the cash is real. Her daughter says mom “could have been killed” and “has no idea the danger she has put herself in.”
A woman who says she was given “white money,” which she claims is camouflaged U.S. currency, agrees to have it tested on air. When the “bills” fall apart after being washed in a “special” solution, how does she respond?