Tim Haase — Scammer
The man's name is Tim Haase, claims to be 60years old and 6 ft. tall. Was Married and wife left him for a man from Cuba and left thier 6 month old daughter with him to raise alone. His daughter dies at the age of 15 from diabetes. Doesn't that just tear your heart out? Well, to lighten things up, he contacted me through singlesnet dating site and bing bang boom he was in love with me, Oh he was so handsome and had all the right things to say and I could tell by his writing that he had an accent. I was so mesmerized by him and found myself falling for him, and we had not even met yet. After about a week, he had to go out of town on business in the UK. I received some of the most beautiful emails from him while he was there. He got the contract that he had gone there to try to get and was elated, and said he had many registrations and licenses to acquire and would not be returning for 2 weeks and hoped with all his heart that I would wait for him...I was so happy for him and said of course I would. Then after another week, and many beautiful emails, he emails me that he and his personal assistant were robbed at gunpoint on the London underground railway system. The robbers took their luggage, laptops and wallets. He, however, did not ask me for money in that email. The next day he just happened to be on Yahoo IM, he asked my to make sure I put him on my contacts...stilllooking654...it was then he told me that he needed to get back to the US to finish up with the contracts he was working on and he had no money to get his travelers ID. This is when I really got suspicious, but I thought I'll play along, so I asked if I could help. And without even taking a breathe he said he needed $1200 to get IDs for both him and his personal assistant. He was very exact as to give instructions on what I needed to do to go to Western Union and make sure not to tell the person at the counter any details as they are too nosey so he claimed.. I told him that I would do it but had to wait until tomorrow to get it as the bank was closed. He then informed me that if I had a credit card I could send it that was or use my ATM to access the money in my bank. I put him off and told him I would do it in themorning first thing and he claimed he just wanted to get back as soon as possible so we could meet and spend some time together. He is gorgeous and his email is [protected]@gmail.com. If he contacts you, RUN RUN RUN RUN...do not walk away, he is really good in his poetic emails...here is an example of some of it...
I found this on the internet and it feels so good to send them to you, Here are a few things I wish to do with you at some point in this lifetime:
Be your best friend.
Get caught with you in the rain.
Dance with you in the rain.
Watch the sunset together.
Spend all day with you doing nothing.
Moonlit walks on the beach.
Be more proud of you than I already am at this very moment.
Go on a carriage ride through the park.
Do a crossword together.
Go to brunch.
Have a disagreement (it could/will only make us stronger).
Go for a twilight horseback ride.
Watch a bad movie together.
Spend the rest of my life with you.
Have our picture taken together.
Eat ice cream with you.
Make love to you passionately.
Go to a museum together.
Talk to each other using only body language.
Give you space when you need it.
Accept you totally and completely - flaws and all (I already do).
Discuss current events in a heated debate.
Have you see the error of your ways from aforementioned heated debate and make mad, torrid love to you, in the midst of all that passion.
Carve our names into a tree/table.
Go for a walk at dusk together.
Be the one with you.
I hope this helps you avoid getting scammed, I fortunately or unfortunately have had a bad run with some liars for men lately so I was very skeptical about his professing his love to me so early on and never meeting him. I am glad I didn't get caught giving into this scam and send him any money.