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I spoke to a man called Max, who wants to warn everyone about a new scam.  One of which I never heard of.  Like I said I learn new stuff all the time. Max went on Grindr to find a male partner.   Max and this man texted back and forth and then someone how the Grindr man got all this man’s personal info and sent it to him and threatened him and said to send him money.   Max said that when they were texting this man must have taken screen shots of their conversation and sent it to him saying he was going to share it.   Max didn’t send any money but was scared and feared for his family’s safety.   Max never responded back, and he never heard from the guy again.   Another time Max went on Grindr to find a male partner again, and the same thing happened again.   So, this seems to be a new scam.   They threatened you by having all your personal info and pictures and then demand money from you, but don’t ever follow up with you.   Is this someone just playing games or is it real.   I do




So as you read the conversation below, if you are like me, you will shake your head knowing that Jimmy Kimmel does not talk like this. After the screens shots I have a link of the audio conversation I had with him. FAKE JIMMY KIMMEL CONVERSATION  


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Woman Who Lied About Romance Scam Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison

I just got this from Tracey Berry who work for the Eastern District of Missouri.  THis is the press release that was put out.    PRESS RELEASE Woman Who Lied About Romance Scam Sentenced to 2 Years in Prison Thursday, February 16, 2023 Share For Immediate Release U.S. Attorney's Office, Eastern District of Missouri ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Sarah E, Pitlyk on Thursday sentenced a woman from Ohio who lied to U.S. Postal Inspectors to conceal her involvement with romance scammers to two years in prison.  On April 29, 2020, U.S. Postal Inspectors found $50,000 that had fallen from an Express Mail package sent by Linda Matson, now 62, of Xenia, Ohio to a post office box being used in a romance fraud scheme. They later found a second package containing the same amount.  The inspectors reached out to Matson, who acknowledged that she had been scammed by someone claiming to be a lieutenant general in the U.S. Army. On May 10, 2020, three days after admitting she had been du