Skip to comments.Woman Falls for Man in Lamborghini: Loses Dh300k
Posted on 04/15/2014 2:00:54 PM PDT by nickcarraway
Malaysian woman admits to being attracted by his perceived wealth
A Malaysian woman was attracted by a flashy car and flamboyant lifestyle of a man she befriended on a social media.
According to a report in stomp.com, the young woman has filed three police complaints after the man who drove a Lamborghini and claimed to earn $400,000 [Dh1469,200] annually disappeared after cheating her of a huge sum of money.
She met the man on the app SayHi and was attracted by his perceived wealth, wrote the website quoting a New Paper report.
His profile mentioned him living in a posh area, too.
The woman admitted that she began chatting with him after being attracted to his wealth. He, however, began asking for money.
He allegedly borrowed $107,310 [Dh394,149] from her in various amounts in 30 separate transactions.
Well, now she knows how he keeps up his lifestyle.
If she’s lucky, he caught flight 370.
Maybe he’s the guy who told his wife that he was going away on “business”, taking flight 370.
Looks like the gold-digger got buried in her own hole.
Perhaps she is a muslim. They seem to allow men to abuse them.
“... in various amounts in 30 separate transactions.”
Fool me once...
Fool me twice...
Fool me 30 times...
Yeah, but 31 is just too many....
I was just in Dubai last month.At the Mall of Dubai (claimed to be the largest shopping mall in the world...it *is* huge) they have a valet parking section right at the main entrance.Ferraris,Maseratis,Lamborghinis,Bentleys and Rolls Royces are lined up about as far as the eye can see.And about half of them have Saudi plates (Dubai is a local playground for rich Saudis).
It’s okay for her to be attracted to him because he’s got money though.
I don’t condone scamming by men or women. I find it hard to believe she couldn’t figure out the guy was scamming her. If he’s so well off why he has to borrow money off her 30 times to the tune of over $100,000....?
A reasonable person can’t buy this that she didn’t know he was scamming her.
So what she did to others came back to bite her, eh?
My *Give a Damn* meter is broken.
She deserved what she got.
... and his earnings. He probably wasn’t lying when he told her he made $400K/year. At $100K/mark, it doesn’t take many marks to get up to $400K. And, if he pays taxes, he can probably write off the cost of the Lamborghini as a business expense.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA. I LOVE THIS STORY. A gold digger taken at her own game!!! This needs to happen more often to teach gold digging women a lesson.
Greed is invariably fatal. She is lucky.
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