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For more than a year there appeared to be two separate criminals responsible for the majority of these scams.We believed that one of them lives in Texas and the other is in South Carolina.After reading this article, read: Your Worst Nightmare: Sexting a Minor... Most men have now informed us that the calls from the father and daughter most often come from a South Carolina number.A number of men have also been told to wire money to women of different names in South Carolina.I called Mr Davis and wherever he was was very noisy, could barely hear him, he claimed to be at work and he'd call me during his break.We hung up, I decided to Google the number only to find in the site 800notes.com[TDS Note: On Nov.However, since late December, 2017 through late January, 2018 we believe that there are some new criminals involved in this scam.We say this primarily because of the voice messages victims have recently sent to us. An example is the "new sheriff" link above and these 3 voice messages sent to us by a victim who was targeted on OKCupid on January 26 by a woman's profile saying she was 20 years old and named "Brittnie." Do you recognize this man? Message from "Dad" using the name "Matt Davis" and calling about his daughter, Brittnie (though the "detective" asked our victim if he was talking to "Lily Davis": The victim was first contacted by a man claiming to be Sergeant Chad Barrel from a neighboring town's police department.
A "Detective" also called the other man using the number 510-790-6800.] Lucky for me, I was not able to hear "Mr davis" during the first call that led to us hanging up and giving me the opportunity to lookup both numbers.Stupidly, I said whatever and sent a picture in return to which I received a text reply complimenting. This morning, morning after the texts were exchanged, I get a phone call from a "detective johnson" from a number with my same area code claiming he'd gotten a disturbing call about texting an underage girl and exchanging photos, saying I could get sent to prison for 30 years unless I could resolve it with the father whom he claimed was willing to work with me before taking further action.I was given the number 843-274-8997 for a 'James Davis' to resolve this.In the end, because of the noisy room, all I heard him say was something about not wanting to waste my time and hung up.I then preceded to send a text to Mr Davis letting him know that I was aware of the scam they were pulling off because I had searched both his and the detectives numbers.