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SCARS™ Scam & Scamming News: Online Dater Arrested For Allegedly Scamming Thousands From Women In 8 States
Los Angeles police are looking for more victims of a Lothario who will do more than just steal your heart, ABC News reports.
Wilson Edward Jackson was arrested on Thursday after police said he scammed dozens of women in at least eight states out of thousands of dollars under the pretense of forming romantic relationships. He has been charged with felony identity theft, fraud and grand theft auto, according to authorities.
The 37-year-old from Woodland Hills, California, would use online dating apps and social media to woo women — even flying them out to Southern California — before stealing money, checks and credit card information, Los Angeles police said.
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Wilson Edward Jackson was arrested on Thursday after police said he scammed dozens of women in at least eight states out of thousands of dollars.
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