A lonely heart was tricked into handing over £1.6million to a gang of dating site conmen, including Ife Ojo, 31, (left) and Olusegun Agbaje, 43, (right) who used a copy of pick-up manual The Game and posed as a wealthy engineer online to win her affections She had even met with someone pretending to be Anderson's lawyer and travelled to Amsterdam to discuss money that was supposedly being held in a vault, as well as searching for houses where she could live with Anderson once the money came through.Ojo and Agbaje were arrested at Agbaje's home in Hornchurch, Essex.However, in all cases it is worth asking yourself, “Is this person looking for a relationship, and are they interested in the person I am”.
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When police searched Nigerian student Ojo's home in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, they found a copy of Neil Strauss's bestselling dating manual The Game with them, which reveals the the skills and techniques used by 'pick up gurus' to seduce women.
They also used a book of love poems called For You, My Soul Mate: Loving Messages To Share With A Very Special Person, by Douglas Pagels to help them seduce the unsuspecting woman.