Thank you so much for keeping me from making a fatal mistake!
e Harmony_Consumer_Complaints I have read a lot on e Harmony and scams and have to agree it is a true breeding ground for the scammers. I am looking for other women that also met Patrick Welsh. Yes, you have to watch out for scams by the matches but you have to watch out for Eharmony, too.
e Harmony_Consumer_Complaints I posted here earlier about Patrick Olile.
I never did truly find out that he was a scammer, but I had such a gut feeling that I blocked him from my email and closed the match on eharmony. This has so scared me to the point that I feel I can't trust anyone on eharmony and will be canceling my account.
I agree, e-H is way too expensive for what you get.
His name is "James Hendrix", lives in Los Angeles, but had to leave before we could meet to work contract on KCA Deutag Beryl B oil platform in UK south of Norway, widowed six years, has nine year old son in Norway living with his late wife's mother.I think I have a pretty in tune intuition and am intelligent enough to know a scam when I see one. I "met" a man named "Peter" on e Harmony who claimed he lived in Lake City, FL. He was widowed (his wife died in a plane crash..flag 1)and he had a 10 year old son.He claimed to be an antiques dealer, dealing mostly in beads and African sculpture.Has accent but he is understandable, educated, articulate, affectionate, funny and downright charming!He went off e Harmony week after we started talking.