“We began talking and immediately clicked and soon began having romantic feelings for each other. “He told me he had moved in a few streets away after splitting up with his wife of 17 years.
“In the end I totally fell for him, I felt could trust him. “When I asked why there was no furniture, he explained there had been a mix up with the removal company.
"David came across totally genuine and I believed him.
“I gave him it in the morning and we had planned to spend weekend together.
“Then he texted saying he had to work and would text me the next day but he never did.
“I called and called and finally went over to his house, but there was no answer.
A serial love rat who ripped off a heartbroken mum he met online is a conman on the run from police for similar frauds across the UK.
Laura Mitchell, 44, and David Campbell, 43, met through dating site Meet Me in March.
Within weeks the pair had started a relationship, reports the Daily Record.But by April, unemployed Laura’s new boyfriend was asking to borrow money, leaving her struggling.Hours after handing over £50, Campbell went missing.Worried that something had happened to him Laura contacted police who revealed he was not the man she thought he was.Now Laura, from Paisley, has been left humiliated after discovering Campbell, whose real surname is Kean, is a serial love rat wanted by police across the UK for similar cases of fraud.Laura said: “I was on the social networking site Meet Me, when I received a message from a man named David Campbell.