Yorkshire mother who thought she had met her dream man was conned out of her £9,000 life savings

A mother-of-two who thought she met her dream man has revealed how he turned out to be a ‘Tinder Swindler’ – and conned her out of her life savings and cost her her job.

Sunita Brittain, 51, a teaching assistant from Doncaster, was convinced ‘Michael Anderson’ was the love of her life – and fell for him after meeting online in January this year. 

He told her he was the owner of a multi-million pound global engineering company and cryptocurrency analyst, and when he claimed to be in trouble  she handed over her life savings to help, and started threatening her when she refused to send more money.

When they met, the pair exchanged thousands of messages and photos, and he even told her he loved her and wanted to spend his life with her – even though they had never seen each other in person.

Michael also claimed to be a successful businessman and multi-millionaire working as a global engineer and cryptocurrency analyst. However, echoing the hit Netflix show ‘The Tinder Swindler’, the…

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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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