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Nanaimo RCMP say the woman met a man calling himself Jonathan Lucron in late 2016 on Match.com, an online dating site, while looking for companionship in the wake of her husband's death. Gary O' Brien said the man claimed to be a civil engineer working in China and started telling the woman he needed money for various reasons.
"She didn't hesitate, because she thought she had found someone to share her last years with," O' Brien said.
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At Elite Singles, our passion is helping compatible singles to connect via online dating.Police are warning online love-seekers to be careful after a Nanaimo, B.C., senior lost almost 0,000 in an online dating scam."She sent thousands of dollars to various accounts, wired them across the globe." Eventually, Lucron told the woman he would be travelling to a nearby city to propose to her on New Year's Eve.O' Brien said that when he never showed up, the woman realized she had been scammed and contacted police.