Lover Boy Scammed A Woman Out Of $80k
Scammer John Hill managed to sweet talk a woman out of $80k and this may not even be his first victim.
The two met on Match.com and the woman thought she had found love. On the website, she met 35-year-old John Hill who claimed to be a wealthy millionaire. They hit it off and decided to go on a date the same day they met March 27, a week later they got married.
“During their short romance, he convinced her that they were in love and wanted to buy a house together,” an update on the Gwinnett County website reads. “They went house-hunting and selected a home they were interested in. Within a week of knowing one another, they agreed to get married.”
The woman then gave Hill $80,00 towards the purchase of their new home and furniture. After she gave him money, Hill completely cut off contact from the woman.
Hill was tracked down by authorities to an apartment in Duluth, GA that he actually shares with a woman and a child deeming him a true con artist. He also recently purchased a 2014 BMW.
“The woman said she is in a relationship with the suspect. However, she didn’t know what his profession was,” Michele Pihera a spokeswoman of Gwinnett County told WSB TV. “Also, she said he was only home on weekends. During the week, she didn’t know where he went.”
According to investigators, Hill has changed his name several times in the past two and a half years and is accused of doing similar things in Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, and New Jersey.
With the help of the public, Hill was eventually arrested with an outstanding warrant for theft by deception.
Written by Imani Maxberry
Is Your Partner Inconsistent? Chances Are They’re Cheating!
Then he’ll discourage her from visiting him on the job. No doubt to avoid running into his work whore. Finally, there are the most obvious signs of infidelity—working out more at the gym, buying new underwear, or his wedding ring abruptly disappears. Of course, he’ll try to use the lame excuse of, “I lost it.” When that doesn’t work, the next step is to merely find a reason to leave it at home altogether.
Men are notorious for using their work as a reason for taking off their bands. “It’s interfering with my ability to do my job,” he says. Now, that excuse may not be much of a lie, since his new job is chasing pu***. The dead giveaway that an affair is going on is simply this—inconsistency.
Men are notorious for changing their habits. The once a weeknight out with the boys becomes two or three times a week. Sexually he does not perform the same, if at all. And there will certainly be a shift in his attitude. Men are so bad at cheating that they consciously and unconsciously begin to pick fights to justify their cheating. Recently I did a topic on my radio show during Sloppy Cheaters Monday.
I asked women if there was such a thing as a respectful cheater. Mind you, I know that cheating is wrong and that men are already being disrespectful when they decide to cheat, but I wanted to make a point. Not surprisingly, most women agreed that there is a right way and a wrong way to creep. The expression that you often hear is, “Just don’t bring it home!”
During the taping of my film, Love, Lust & Lies, a woman from New York made it clear as to what that meant. “She better not call me, she better not know where I lay my head, and she damn sure better not be able to describe my house or what’s inside my bedroom.”
Her point was simple: Don’t allow another woman to impact my day-to-day life. No diseases, no outside children, no significant monetary investment, and no drama! But because men allow their smaller head to do all the thinking, one or more of these situations usually become an issue. But even after being busted over and over again the hunt will continue. The next task is to find a way to communicate with his new lover without being detected. Now the real games begin.
By Michael Baisden
Excerpt from Never Satisfied: How And Why Men Cheat
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