October 26, 2017
For the last year, Dennis believed that he was having an online relationship with a woman named “Kimberly.” He says that even though they never met in person, they called each other husband and wife and that he sent “Kimberly” over $200,000, as he was desperate to help her get back to the United States from overseas so they could start their lives together.
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On Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dennis learns that the paperwork “Kimberly” sent him was fake, she wasn’t staying at the address she gave him in Amsterdam and that the woman in the pictures he had been receiving was not “Kimberly,” but a woman named Alicia who had no idea her pictures were being used to deceive people.
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Furious after learning he has been duped, Dennis calls the man he claims scammed him out of more than $200,000 – someone he thought was trying to help “Kimberly” — live on the Dr. Phil show.
“Your scam’s up you sorry bastard. You scammed me out of $211,000 and if I could get my ass to find you, I’d kill you!” Dennis tells him.