A woman, who says she was scammed out of almost $100,000 by a catfish in 2018, offers advice about moving on from painful circumstances to a woman whose family claims that she, too, has been conned out of tens of thousands of dollars.
A woman meets the man whose identity was stolen and used to catfish her in 2018. Dr. Phil explains the typical patterns and excuses used by online love scammers to lure in their victims.
A woman in her 70’s whose ex-husband lost their $1,000,000 retirement nest egg through a combination of day trading and giving their money away to a series of online “girlfriends” credits Dr. Phil’s audience with helping to turn her circumstances around.
A man claims his mother is being scammed by a catfish who talked her out of tens of thousands of dollars. In Lebanon, the “real” man behind the images sent to the man’s mother is found, but claims he’s a victim of identity theft.
A woman says when she met her online “boyfriend,” he told her he was living in Atlanta. When a producer sent by Dr. Phil to the neighborhood where the man claimed he has lived starts knocking on doors, does anyone recognize him in his photograph?
The investigation into alleged catfish “Sammie Lee Strong” moves overseas where, in Lebanon, a man is identified as the person behind the images “Sammie” has been using as his own.
A man from Lebanon insists he has nothing to do with an alleged catfish who talked an American woman out of tens of thousands of dollars.
A man claims his mother is being taken advantage of by an alleged catfish who conned her out of over $120,000.
Dr. Phil reviews text messages that a woman’s online “boyfriend” has sent to her over the years, insisting that she send him money.
A woman says her online ‘boyfriend’ told her he needed bail, claiming he was being detained in Nigeria because he failed to pay his taxes.