Anna says her online “boyfriend,” “Sammie Lee Strong,” is a man of integrity, but her son, Nino, says that couldn’t be further from the truth. Nino claims that “Sammie,” whom Anna says she has never met in person, is a catfish who talked his mother out of tens of thousands of dollars.

Anna says that “Sammie” moved to Nigeria for work in 1997, and that he claims to be detained there because he failed to pay his taxes. She admits to sending him money to help him out. She says that when she and “Sammie” first met online, he told her he was living in Atlanta, Georgia.

When a producer sent by Dr. Phil to the neighborhood where “Sammie” claimed he has lived starts knocking on doors, does anyone say they recognize him in his photograph?

Part two of this three-part Dr. Phil airs Wednesday. Check here for your local listing.

If you believe you have been the victim of an internet love scam, visit the FBI’s special website: www.IC3.gov.

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