I was caught by a man pretending to be a business owner

One MUM told how she was misled by a man posing as a business owner.

Julie Haynes decided to use the dating app after breaking up with the father of two.

Mother-of-two Julie Haynes started talking to a man on a dating site


Mother-of-two Julie Haynes started talking to a man on a dating siteCredit: Instagram
When she tried to meet him, she discovered he was a catfish


When she tried to meet him, she discovered he was a catfishCredit: Instagram

She started chatting with what she thought was his own firm’s builder – but in reality she was talking to an engaged man living in Newcastle.

The stunned mother, from Co Cork, Ireland, was led to believe the business owner lived in Clare.

She told Direct reply: “There are some weirdos out there. I’ve heard some lovely stories of people meeting their boyfriends on Tinder or Bumble, and you might be in luck – but I haven’t.

“So I talked to this guy and he was telling me his life story. He told me he was a builder, he had his own company and he had four or five boys working under him.

“He said he moved to Cork from Clare because he wanted to expand his business in Cork.

“We’re chatting away from each other, I think this guy really has a good head on his shoulder, and he’s working in Douglas, which is only about 20 minutes from me.”

Julie likes that man because he is “always respectful” and never tries anything out of place.

After chatting for a while, the man asked Julie out for coffee.

Julie explains: “I asked my mom to babysit, and I did my hair and makeup.

“We were supposed to meet at 4 o’clock so I texted him about 3 o’clock to ask how the story was going because I haven’t heard back.

“He said ‘I’m so sorry, something huge happened at work. A wall fell, there was drama. ‘

“That’s when the alarm started ringing for me. I thought, why didn’t he text me earlier when the wall first fell? Why did he wait until the last minute? ”

The suspect Julie decided to do some investigation into who she was talking to – using an Irish obituary page.

She said: “My dad passed away and this guy told me his dad passed away too and he gave me his name, so I decided to do some research. .

“I kept going to RIP.ie and looking for him, and I found him, a man who owns this big business in Limerick. It says he was mourned by his sons, and their names.

“So I went on social media and looked up all the boys. But the person I’m talking to isn’t him at all!

“I called him up there and he blocked me right away!”

And when Julie posted a picture of the man to warn other women, she was met with an even bigger surprise.

She said: “Five other girls came first and sent me screenshots and it was the same guy.

“Another girl found the real guy’s page and she sent me the link. He ended up in Newcastle.

“The catfish guy screenshotted one of his Facebook pictures and his work badge was on his t-shirt. So she Googled work and found it. see the guy.

“I went to his Instagram page, he seems like a normal, lovely guy. He got engaged on New Year’s Eve in New York! ”

She added: “He just wanted to chat, which was weird. I don’t know if it’s a girl behind the page, or just a lonely man.”

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