Dennis Black Hawk Scam

This Man has been scamming innocent Women for many years. He uses his son to get sympathy and and gains your trust by making you feel you are his world… He immediately wants you to move in with him and set up home.. Tells you that he just can’t stand the thought of being apart from you and that he is looking for a love that lasts.. tired of playing games and going through so many women who turn out to be losers and druggies. He needs a home with stability for his son who craves a woman in his life to give him a structured environment … THIS MAN IS A FRAUD! What he is really wanting is for you to move in and be his babysitter, cook and housekeeper while he scams you out of anything of value. If he can’t use anything you have he will pawn it. He is a CYBERPATH. What is a cyberpath you might ask???CYBERPATH ~ People that possess a Narcissistic , Sociopath , or Psychopath personality disorder where they use the Internet as a tool against others on the Internet (their victims) in order to harm, bully, abuse, provoke, troll, torment, created conflict, destroy, damage, deceive, flame and inflame others for their own gratification , for example, seeking personal or financial gain.He is on all the various date sites and friendship sites. Please be aware that he acts extremely humble and trustworthy and his persona is that of integrity but he is none of those things. He is listed on as well as and various other sites that expose con artists, scammers and cyberpaths

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