Published On: Thu, Dec 24th, 2015

Could This Woman’s Long-Distance Husband Be After Her Money?

After Deanna told her long-distance Nigerian husband, James, that she would no longer be sending him money via Western Union, this conversation appeared on his Facebook page:

– “My ATM is not giving me moni [sic].”

– “Which ATM is that?”

– “My wife.”

Deanna explains in the video above that she believes, as does James, her husband’s Facebook page was hacked, but her son and brother say they believe she’s being played by her husband of six years, whom she met while on vacation in Malaysia.

“I believe that James is a fraud,” says Deanna’s brother Dale, pointing out that James has various passports with different names and ages.

“She’ll believe anything she can so she doesn’t have to say it’s a scam,” adds her son, Jordan.

Pointing out that the Canadian government has denied James a visitor’s visa, Jordan asks, “What does the Canadian government know about James that we don’t know? These are all massive red flags that prove to me that James is a scammer.”

Dr. Phil attempts to uncover the truth on Wednesday’s episode of Dr. Phil: “‘My Mom Is Worth Millions: Is Her Husband A Catch Or A ‘Catfish’?”

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