On Wednesday, a man seized by the police in case of fraud he did fraud with 30 people of $2.1 million by online dating websites. Thirty-five years old Rubbin Sarponge made a plan to robe people with his confederates.
Reportedly Sarpong and his confederates lived in ghana, they make their bogus profile on dating websites and acting as part of United States military personnel stationed overseas to ship gold bar home. The police said that Sarpong and his confederates used many fake ids on mail, voice sounds and different numbers for communication to their victim and ask for the money to them.
They started this unlawful activity from January 2016. According to the criminal complaint, first, they attached to women by dating sites then come into the relationship then fluttering with women and fascinated with love. The authorities claimed that they demanded money from the victim and tell the of paying to ship unreal gold bars to the United States.
Criminal told the victim that they were military personnel stationed in Syria who were granted gold bars. The confederates said many of the sufferers that they had to pay once the gold bars arrived in the United States. They spoke the same story to every sufferer. Some became fool by them. The victim sent money to them by personal or cashier checks. They withdraw the money by a domestic bank in ghana.
The authorities said that they found many photographs of sponge on social site in one post he was sitting in a car with a considerable amount of money a caption wrote “WakeUp With 100k… One Time. Making A Phone Call To Let My Bank Know Am Coming.”In the second picture, on May 29, 2017 post, Sarpong posted a photograph of himself in front of a white Mercedes with the comment “BloodyMoney,” according to the complaint. In the third picture, On December 12, 2018, Sarpong shared a photograph of him with an unidentified male with the comment “BigBusiness Done…Now We Waiting For The Checks To Clear,” authorities said.
As we take one case, one conspirator of Sarsponge claimed that he was a U.S. soldier stationed in Syria who had recovered gold bars worth $12 million and needed help bringing them over. He sent her a fictitious airway bill showing that two trunks with “family treasure” would be sent to her, along with a fake United Nations Identity Card that identified him as an Israeli citizen and UN delivery agent. She wired him more than $93,000, and they planned to meet at the Baltimore/Washington International on June 13, 2018. Next day they killed that woman.