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A Missouri con artist scammed lovesick women and men he met on dating sites such as Christian Mingle with stories of sequestered gold, terrible luck and even an imaginary daughter, according to federal authorities. citizen from Nigeria, he was arrested on Friday at Kansas City International Airport as he prepared to board a 3 p.m. Ogolor had lived in Missouri since at least 2013 and has been part of the wire and money laundering conspiracy the entire time, according to an affidavit.
Kansas City resident Ronayerin Ogolor, 49, was part of what the FBI described as a "romance fraud scheme" that cost his victims nearly 0,000. The con took various forms but tended to follow a similar script.
They live in states across the country, as well as Canada and Europe.
Ogolor and his conspirators often picked on the elderly, authorities say.
The scammers seemed to particularly like Christian Mingle and Facebook but also used other sites.
In one case, an Indiana woman met a man on Facebook who went by "Lawrence Garrison," supposedly a widower working on an oil rig off the coast of Louisiana.
They were all scams, according to prosecutors for the U. The Arizona man was then supposed to deposit the money and wire portions of it to different accounts, including one that belonged to Ogolor, authorities say.
Ogolor and his unnamed accomplices are accused of trawling dating sites in search of victims.
When someone took the bait, they often would be fooled into thinking they had met a widower who was working as some sort of a contractor — usually an offshore oil driller.
An Alabama woman sold her car to give money to a man she met on Christian Mingle. Federal agents learned on Friday that Ogolor had bought a plane ticket Frankfurt, Germany, the day before and was planning to fly out at 3 p.m., the affidavit says. Ogolor has allegedly defrauded his victims of 8,489 since 2013, authorities say.
He is facing charges of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Email the author at [email protected] follow on Twitter at @Doyle Murphy.