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5. Indiana Woman Losing over $150,000.
In 2014 an Indiana woman began an online relationship with a man she thought was a local engineer named John Hagan. A month after meeting, the con artist complained of financial difficulties and began asking for money to pay his employees and to replace stolen tools. All in all, the woman wired around $150,000 to Hagan, who was actually a Nigerian named Kazeem Owonla. Owonla was eventually caught and is currently serving 36 months in prison.