614-526-8397

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  Michael Greenfield
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Caller ID for (614) 526-8397:

Columbus, OH

(614) 526-**** Phone Numbers

Landline
Near Columbus, Ohio
Issued by Level 3 Communications Llc - Oh

Numbers with this prefix were first introduced in 1998.

While 6145268397 was originally issued with the info above, the owner of the phone number (614) 526-8397 may have transferred it through a process called porting.

User Complaints for (614) 526-8397

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Scammer!
He is on dating sites and looks for love of his life. He will ask to contact through Viber (which is a free international call provider)
He will say, he has a good job and contracts, but later he will be in trouble and ask you to open an account ...
I checked any records and could not find anything about him.
I found him under different profile on dating sites
Be careful and do not give your bank account #

- x
Ohio

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[Reply]   February 9, 2017

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

He is on dating app Tinder. He has changed is last name to Marriott. He states he is a mechanical and civil engineer. He as add a picture of white guy laying in the bed. He only has a mother and siblings or children.

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   January 13, 2018
In response to: x

Scammer!
He is on dating sites and looks for love of his life. He will ask to contact through Viber (which is a free international call provider)
He will say, he has a good job and contracts, but later he will be in trouble and ask you to open an account ...
I checked any records and could not find anything about him.
I found him under different profile on dating sites
Be careful and do not give your bank account #

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

The individual is advertising on g*y dating sites. It's love at first sight. If you ever talk to him he's got an Indian accent, but claims to be Asian American. There are so many red flags.

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   August 15, 2017

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

was on an online dating app with 5 photos of himself saying he lives in grove city then changed his story when I did too then moved over to broad street - his photos are of a white mid 40's man in a suite and one photo on a porche - obviously not living on broad street lol so I reported him to the dating agency and wanted to post here since this POS gae me his phone number too watch out ladies

- michele a
Ohio

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[Reply]   January 12, 2018

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Here's one of this scam artist's Facebook accounts:
https://www.facebook.com/michael.marriott.9843?lst=545111855%3A100023638621651%3A1519594906

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   February 26, 2018

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This person aka Michael Marriott is trying to extort $30,000 from me, demanding that I give it to him by Tuesday February 27, or he would expose explicit photos of me on social media, or so he says.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   February 26, 2018

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Michael Greenfield aka Michael Marriott aka Michael James Greenfield Marriott is a fraudster. He goes to dating sites professing falling in love with you at first sight. He claims to have been born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, and yet has a distinguishable Eastern European accent w/ a deep voice.
He'd say he's a mechanical engineering graduate from MIT and a contractor and talks you into opening a Bitcoin account. He then tells you that S**ll Inc., a huge international oil company awards him a $850 US contract for a maintenance job in the oil rig in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. He'd send a blurry screenshot of the certificate from that company.
He'd tell you he'd be in Alaska for 2 weeks to a month. After about a week or 2, to gain your full trust, he'd ask you for your bank account details and a screenshot of your driver's licence. Before you know it, you'd see $15,000 US deposited into your bank account by his 'trader', which Mike would ask you to buy bitcoins with on his behalf, telling you that your money is growing exponentially. But when you check your own Bitcoin account, there are no transactions and money in there. You ask him why, and he tells you your money is in his Bitcoin wallet so it's safe. He'd tell you time and again that he'd make you a millionaire.
Mike does all the purchasing and selling of bitcoins, and your job is to withdraw cash from your bank and deposit it into a trader's account. He then asks you to send him a screenshot of the receipt/transaction record from the bank to complete the transaction with the trader.
After you've spent all $15,000 US (Mike's so-called 'own' money) purchasing bitcoins, Mike would ask you to send him your own money and would even ask you to borrow from credit cards and from people you know because "now is the best time to purchase bitcoins and we b will be rich."
Towards the end before he drops you like a hot potato, he'd say that he has to pay IRS $16,500 and that he needs $1,500 from you. He'll send you a blurry copy of the letter from IRS replete with grammatical errors and written in unbusiness-like manner.
He'd then say he had been in an accident and missed his flight back home and that he needs money for a chartered helicopter to take him to you so you can take care of him.
He will keep saying "I love you baby, I'm coming home soon", but that's the end of it. You text him, and he doesn't respond. You call him, but as always, he doesn't answer his phone (he does all the calling from the very beginning).
Mike ruthlessly bilked me of my hard-earned $6000 CAD.
By the way, when you tell him that you know he is a scammer, he will tell you that he was actually the one who had been scammed, and his personal info and his photos were stolen by his scammer.
BEWARE!

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   February 25, 2018
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He is on dating app Tinder. He has changed is last name to Marriott. He states he is a mechanical and civil engineer. He as add a picture of white guy laying in the bed. He only has a mother and siblings or children.

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Text/SMS

Does he have an accent? Some kind of European, e.g., German accent. Did he ask you to open a Bitcoin account? Did he put $20,000 into your bank account and later ask you to send them to his traders? Did he say he was awarded a contract by Shell Inc.? Did he say he was held by Customs and had to pay $16,500 to IRS? Did he say he broke his foot and cldn't take the flight black?
I was duped.

- Anonymous
Canada

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[Reply]   February 24, 2018

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

This guy (Michael Greenfield ) is a scamer, he took me for over $12,000.00. He is now using my name (Michael Marriott) to scam others. I am pursuing legal action against him. If anyone else is interested in catching and stopping this guy before he hurts others, let me know. He must be stopped

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   April 14, 2018

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

he is on Plenty of fish , I type in his phone number and led me here, ,he sounds too good to be true , he moves fast into giving out number and wants you to text right away. says he is from bagdad Ky but number is a Columbus number and listed as M & G Engineering Ltd but probably phish that number.

- jp
Ohio

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[Reply]   March 26, 2018
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Michael Greenfield aka Michael Marriott aka Michael James Greenfield Marriott is a fraudster. He goes to dating sites professing falling in love with you at first sight. He claims to have been born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, and yet has a distinguishable Eastern European accent w/ a deep voice.
He'd say he's a mechanical engineering graduate from MIT and a contractor and talks you into opening a Bitcoin account. He then tells you that S**ll Inc., a huge international oil company awards him a $850 US contract for a maintenance job in the oil rig in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. He'd send a blurry screenshot of the certificate from that company.
He'd tell you he'd be in Alaska for 2 weeks to a month. After about a week or 2, to gain your full trust, he'd ask you for your bank account details and a screenshot of your driver's licence. Before you know it, you'd see $15,000 US deposited into your bank account by his 'trader', which Mike would ask you to buy bitcoins with on his behalf, telling you that your money is growing exponentially. But when you check your own Bitcoin account, there are no transactions and money in there. You ask him why, and he tells you your money is in his Bitcoin wallet so it's safe. He'd tell you time and again that he'd make you a millionaire.
Mike does all the purchasing and selling of bitcoins, and your job is to withdraw cash from your bank and deposit it into a trader's account. He then asks you to send him a screenshot of the receipt/transaction record from the bank to complete the transaction with the trader.
After you've spent all $15,000 US (Mike's so-called 'own' money) purchasing bitcoins, Mike would ask you to send him your own money and would even ask you to borrow from credit cards and from people you know because "now is the best time to purchase bitcoins and we b will be rich."
Towards the end before he drops you like a hot potato, he'd say that he has to pay IRS $16,500 and that he needs $1,500 from you. He'll send you a blurry copy of the letter from IRS replete with grammatical errors and written in unbusiness-like manner.
He'd then say he had been in an accident and missed his flight back home and that he needs money for a chartered helicopter to take him to you so you can take care of him.
He will keep saying "I love you baby, I'm coming home soon", but that's the end of it. You text him, and he doesn't respond. You call him, but as always, he doesn't answer his phone (he does all the calling from the very beginning).
Mike ruthlessly bilked me of my hard-earned $6000 CAD.
By the way, when you tell him that you know he is a scammer, he will tell you that he was actually the one who had been scammed, and his personal info and his photos were stolen by his scammer.
BEWARE!

Caller name: Michael Greenfield

Caller type: Scammer/Fraudster

Michael Greenfield is a scammer, I met him on a dating site. He has taken 12,000.00 from me using false reasons. he even told me his mom was dying in the hospital, he was crying sounded very upset and of course I felt bad. the thing that really bothers me is he is using my name Michael Marriott to solicit money/scam people. I am not sure where to go to report this right now.
EVERYONE, BEWARE HE IS A SCAMMER!!

- Anonymous
Ohio

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[Reply]   March 19, 2018

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