‘I’m Afraid I’m Going To Get Arrested,’ Says Woman Who Claims She Was Tricked Into Participating In An International Money Laundering Scheme
Terri says when someone posing as actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan started romancing her online she gave him thousands of dollars in iTunes cards so they could build a future together. Terri says she turned over access to her bank accounts, and all her social media accounts as well.
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When deposits started showing up and she was instructed to forward the money to other people, Terri says she realized she’d been tricked into getting involved in an international money laundering scheme. And when her bank froze her accounts, Terri says she went to the authorities to tell them what she knew.
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“My family won’t talk to me. My bank won’t even let me in my bank. I’m afraid I’m going to get arrested,” she explains. But Terri says she’s still in love with the person she now recognizes as her “scammer.”
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“I miss him texting me and telling me that he loved me and that I was special to him,” she continues.
Where does the money trail lead? Watch the video above to find out what the Dr. Phil team discovered when they investigated.
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If you believe that you or someone you know have been the victim of an internet love-scam, visit the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center to file a complaint.
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