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Police say Rachel's case is a prime example of 'romance fraud'. Rachel Elwell says that she is now facing bankruptcy after being taken in by the man's lies. He had claimed that he lived her her home in the West Midlands, but had gone abroad for an engineering contract in Ukraine. He convinced her with documents and pictures he needed money for issues that had cropped up and stated he had been taken captive by loan sharks. Ms Elwell said after he had contacted her on January 1 claiming to live in Cannock, his "picture looked nice", he "seemed to like the same things as me" and "seemed quite an open and genuine guy".

The man told her they would have to wait weeks to meet as he would need to stay in Ukraine, but later phoned claiming laws in that country had changed due to Covid and he now had to pay tax before any of the engineering work began, Ms Elwell said. Romance scams have increased as people have searched online for love during the coronavirus lockdowns, figures suggest.

Telling the story to BBC Radio WM, Ms Elwell said she had been told work had stopped on site and matters "appeared very legitimate", but later she had "reluctantly" sent him money. She stated at one point a supposed tax office had sent a letter to him, which she had a copy of, and added: "They said So he cashed his pension in, sold his car, borrowed money and I helped him. Continuing the story, Ms Elwell said the man had claimed two "heavies" had turned up and he had been locked in a cellar. He sent her pictures purporting to show him there.

She added he claimed to have been released after money had been sent, but he had told her he would not have his passport, which had been taken from him, until interest had been paid. On the day the man told Ms Elwell he was due to fly back, March 16, she went to Heathrow airport and got an from supposed airport officials saying he had been arrested. She said she had then approached Border Force officials who said, "look, it's a scam". Asked why she had given money to a man she had never met, the export manager, Ms Elwell, said: "When he said to me his life was in danger and I didn't hear from him, I thought he'd been murdered.

But a spokesman for West Midlands Police said: "Rachel's case is a prime example of romance fraud, her case highlights how much these scammers affect people's lives. UK Finance is encouraging dating app users to speak to their friends and family for advice , and follow the advice of the Take Five to Stop Fraud campaign to stay safe from scams. There are always big stories on WalesOnline - don't miss any with our daily Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. me up now When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters.

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