Guy Spends Lifesavings On Girl He Met Online Only Discover Her True Identity

It is crazy how often this probably happens to people on the internet and they just don’t say anything. Out of embarrassment, I would most likely keep it all to myself.

This poor dude feel for the Catfish of all catfishes. He spent all of his money on the girl he loved that he met over the internet.

According to Unilad who interviewed the poor guy:

The 28-year-old guy fell deeply in love with the photographs of an Instagram fitness blogger but was being unwittingly tricked by a catfish using her photos.

In a world where bloggers detail all aspects of their lives through public photographs on social media, among all the followers and fans are devious identity thieves.

This catfish, who went by the name of Carrol Brown, used photos of Courtney Wilsnagh, including selfies, gym videos and birthday photos to lure a vulnerable man into working two jobs in order to buy her a diamond ring so that he could marry her.

He wishes to remain anonymous, but said that he is ‘finding it hard to breathe’ and feels like he is ‘dying’ after finding out he had been tricked.

The man told UNILAD of his plans to marry Carrol, having turned down two marriage proposals from other women and was working two jobs in order to afford a diamond ring.

‘Brown’ then sent this photo to the catfishing victim claiming it was her birthday and asking for a present.

The way it was carried out was very calculated – whoever is hiding behind the alias of Carrol put context to the photos and created scenarios to make it seem real.

Speaking about how she felt about her photos being used, Courtney told UNILAD:

It makes me feel sad and upset that someone would use me in that way to hurt and take advantage of kind innocent people, and I feel kind of violated when my identity is being used without my knowledge.

When he first messaged me I didn’t believe him until I found her account because it’s hard to believe this could actually happen to you.

‘Brown’ then sent this photo to the catfishing victim claiming it was her birthday and asking for a present.

The way it was carried out was very calculated – whoever is hiding behind the alias of Carrol put context to the photos and created scenarios to make it seem real.

Speaking about how she felt about her photos being used, Courtney told UNILAD:

It makes me feel sad and upset that someone would use me in that way to hurt and take advantage of kind innocent people, and I feel kind of violated when my identity is being used without my knowledge.

When he first messaged me I didn’t believe him until I found her account because it’s hard to believe this could actually happen to you.

If you have ever seen the TV show. The one way to know someone is lying to you is if they wont get on the phone or FaceTime / Skype you. You know something fishy is going on when that happens and that is exactly what happens here:

The man, who was from India, was added by ‘Brown’ on Facebook and they began speaking regularly before he claims he fell deeply in love with her.

Carrol would make constant excuses not to speak on the phone, and even refused to go on video call when the man’s mum and sister were there to see her, claiming she was ‘shy’.

It’s really hurt me, I loved her a lot. I got two marriage proposals that I turned down for her.

It’s difficult to breathe daily. I think what happened to me? What have I done to deserve this? Did I do anything wrong?

I was deeply in love with her and now I feel like I’m dying.

I don’t have answers for my family, I don’t have answers for my friends, I don’t have answers for this world, I’m feeling very bad.

She had excuse after excuse on why she couldn’t get on.

Then her “Screen broke”

Finally, he called her out using the girl’s real pics. BUSTED.

The victim sent ‘Carrol’ a photo of Courtney’s profile and questioned her about it, but then she blocked him on all sites: