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Monday, October 5

Houston woman thought she found the love of her life on Facebook but was eventually scammed out of $44,000.


 This Watching Out for You story is a warning to anyone who's looking for love in all the wrong places.
It happened to a Houston woman that we'll call "Mary." We're protecting her identity because she's embarrassed and angry.
Mary's story started in May, 2015 when she and her 2-year-old son had moved away from the boy's father. It was a tough and lonely time for the 39-year-old mom.
"It was the moment that I was feeling really miserable," she said. Then came a message on Facebook from an attractive soldier who was stationed in Afghanistan.
His message read that he found her interesting and nice. "That's how it started," she said. After that first message, they chatted all the time and the conversation moved from Facebook to email and texting.
Months went by and Mary started falling for the Army Captain who said his name was "Clark McGarthy."
He talked about moving to Houston, buying Mary her dream home in Bellaire and a BMW. "All I think about is oh wow, that's very nice, someone want to love me and have money." she said.

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