Con Men Are Not Normal People. They’re Sociopaths.
You feel like you met your soulmate!
The love is deep and fast and amazing.
He wants things to get serious.
Now. Right away.
He texts, calls, wants to see you everyday.
Chances are – you just met a con man.
A sociopath. A parasite. A destroyer.
If you can check off 3 items: R.U.N.
Sociopaths Make Us Feel We’ve Just Met the Best Guy Ever
It might take a few weeks, or months – sometimes years before we put together that the bad stuff is truly bad… and that if we could pull one thread of the strange things that are going on a whole world of lies fall into place – it takes as long as it takes until we see them for what they are.
You Know He’s a Con Man If…
He is sweet as pie. Sweeter as pie-er than anyone we’ve ever met.
He’s always calling and sending text messages with kisses and things.
He’s like crazy in love with you – and we only just met!
He buys you nice dinners or takes you places without asking.
This is amazing.
He gets you little gifts.
His last relationship was with a really bad woman who did him wrong.
The things you will do together…!!
It’s been a week and he already stays at your place a lot.
He talks about living together – or the Big M word!
Everything seems perfect and exciting. He talks about the work you guys could do together.
Con Men Want Us to Think They’re So Busy and So Important
He asks to borrow money.
He pays you right back.
Your life now with him is exponentially more full of possibility.
He was abused as a kid, he still hurts from it.
Your prince has arrived – and it’s better than you dreamed.
He’s SINGLE – why hasn’t anyone snapped him up!?!?!
Pfffhtt… How could a guy like this be into little old meeeee…?
This is awesome.
You have his cell number, but he called from another number.
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He seems to have a lot of money.
He has new things or clothes often, out of the blue.
He’s from another country. He really loves the country you live in.
He says he’s on a visitor VISA.
He says he’s in your country for work.
He does some really cool job.
You’re not sure what the job is.
But – he’s really good at it, and envied for it.
It’s such a cool and demanding job sometimes he doesn’t call for a few days.
Some guy cheated him out of money in a deal.
Sometimes he’s on his cell – texting and talking business – maybe a lot.
He knows tons of stuff – he’s really smart.
He’s done more than most people do in ten lifetimes.
Then it Will go Somethin’ Like This – You Know He’s a Con Man If…
He is really busy and gone on a business trip for a week.
You now live together.
He brought just a couple suitcases.
You’re not super sure where he lived before.
So maybe he hasn’t moved in… it’s not important to know where he lives.
He comes over anytime he wants.
He has a key.
We don’t really know where they went or where they are sometimes.
He’s a night owl so sometimes he’s out until 4:00am.
He took our debit card to a business lunch because he left his wallet somewhere.
We laugh so much when we’re with him!
Sex is crazy good, as it is in sociopaths’ sex lives.
He says he can’t live without us… or we feel like we can’t live without him.
You Know He’s A Con Man If…
He tells us he was married once, but her parents hated him, or she slept with his friend, or her parents were jealous, and the mailman… sociopaths talk – a lot.
We went for it and got MARRIED….!!
It’s been a while since we had sex.
He’s not answering our calls or texts sometimes.
He borrowed money again.
Things are confusing sometimes.
We’re feeling a little sick and nervous.
He still hasn’t paid us back.
We loaned him our car.
We can’t live without him.
He comes home later and later.
She stays gone all night.
He wants us to have his baby, really, really badly.
He’s going out of town again – for a friend’s wedding – just the guys.
We gave him our pin number.
He has our credit card.
Don’t forget: all this applies to female sociopaths as well.
A Con Man Wants Whatever They Can Get
We apply to sponsor him for a green card.
We had an amazing dinner out for his birthday.
He had a “business meeting” on your birthday.
He takes his cell everywhere – even to the bathroom.
He sleeps with his cell phone.
We’re not feeling so happy all the time.
He blanks out his laptop monitor when we come near – or changes the window.
He’s really energetic and well sometimes he’s down and sleeps a lot – like all day.
She or he called us greedy, evil, selfish or other harsh and unexpected things.
He doesn’t apologize.
He tells us we’re the greatest thing that ever happened to him.
Even though he – or she – said we’re an idiot.
Someone cheated him again.
It feels like we’re walking on egg shells with him.
He has a lot on his mind.
We don’t want to say anything about the weird text we accidentally saw in his phone.
We offer money to help out.
He has blocked us from his Facebook.