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Still in Africa, Bradford was beset by one disaster after another.
He desperately needed £22,500 to pay the port authority to release the consignment of computers he was waiting for, otherwise the deal would fall through.
He was taking his daughter as he had nobody to look after her and wanted to stay in touch while he was away.
He said Mauoreen had been badly hurt in a hit-and-run accident and needed an urgent operation but Bradford couldn’t pay for it himself as he hadn’t yet completed his business deal.
"The past year has been incredibly difficult and I’ve needed counselling to cope but in some ways I was lucky.
I lost savings rather than my livelihood and escaped without getting my heart broken too.
"The first match I liked the look of was a Dutch businessman called Bradford Cole.
He didn’t exactly set my pulse racing but he came across as kind, intelligent and caring.They arenormally attentive, maintaining frequent contact via email, text and phone, as well as sending gifts.