Bulgaria dating site 2016
A Bulgarian fraudster stole a woman's Facebook profile - then used it to break another man's heart.Attractive brunette Donna, from Glasgow, fell victim to a practice known as 'Catfishing'.She told him she wanted to marry him and have a baby."She’d made up a fake Facebook profile with my pictures and had sent him an address so he could send her presents." Ivaylo was so smitten that he bought jewellery for 'Mimi' and had a mug made with their photos intertwined.But after she kept making up excuses not to meet him, he became suspicious.He then contacted Donna on Facebook to warn her about the theft – leaving her trembling with shock.Donna, who does not want her full name revealed, says she’s grateful to Ivaylo for alerting her, and that her experience shows the need for everyone to protect themselves properly online.She’s sent him photos – my pictures – almost every day until now.
He even made a mug which had a picture of himself and a picture of Donna together.
But Ivaylo eventually realised he’d been conned and forced 'Mimi' to tell him where she’d got the photos by threatening her with the police.
A woman stole more than 100 of her Facebook photos and used them on a Bulgarian dating website.
A young man named Ivaylo fell head over heels for the woman he thought was called 'Mimi' who would send him a new picture every day.
Donna, a 30-year-old bank worker, said: "Ivaylo told me his English wasn’t the best and that he’d never met me, but that he had met a girl on a dating site who was using my pictures.
"He said he asked for her phone number and they began chatting for six or seven hours a day.