Mike

Mika ‭+1 (315) 689-4241‬ Met on tinder moved the conversation to text at his request. He claimed to be a single dad due to his wife dying in an accident almost a year ago. He was pretty intense calling me baby and telling me the few days he’d known me had been the best days of his life.

And than after just four days, he asked me to buy him an iTunes gift card. Gave a bs story about problems with his credit card so he couldn’t buy it himself. I was already suspicious, so I did not do it.

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