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“They groom them, talk to them for months, and eventually say something like, ‘I’m stuck on a rig in the Gulf of Mexico, can you send me $25,000?’ And they do,” Moreau said.

He has worked over the past three years to raise awareness about the issue. Moreau said he is most concerned about the women being hurt emotionally and financially by the scams, but of course, it is annoying for him as well.

“Just when you think, ‘Oh maybe it’s calming down, it’s daily.’ It’s gone from something I thought was not that big of a deal, to really becoming something that’s so irritating,” he said. 

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