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She told WSBTV that she quickly fell for 'Alexi,' a man who said he was a Texas resident and did business in Malaysia.
They said "they could help me" find a woman like this.
I spoke to the top manager that day (25 years experience).
The woman, 66, said she had been in contact with a Irish man named 'David Holmes' -- only to later find out he was Nigerian.
His dating profile picture was allegedly that of a male model downloaded elsewhere.
She was eventually convinced by 'David Holmes' to wire him $300,000, followed by another $200,000 to a Turkish bank, Mail Online reported.