Man Arrested Over Modus on Dating App; Courting Women for Robbery

Man Arrested for Dating App Modus Against Women He Allegedly Court

Police authorities arrested a man who was notorious on a dating app modus after victims reported him for alleged robbery after courting them.

The National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) initiated an investigation into a man whose tactic was to court women through dating apps before abandoning them and robbing them. After two of his victims filed charges against him, he was arrested.

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According to an ABS-CBN News article, one of the women victims, known only as “Marlene,” confronted the suspect, John Paul Alindogan, with ferocity. Alindogan was beaten up by Marlene because she was furious with him after he stole precious items from her.

Marlene met Alindogan on the dating app Tinder, and the two had been dating for three months, according to Marlene. Marlene’s jewels were gone, and her credit cards were locked out when she went to him for help with a faulty email.

Marlene went on to state that she had been duped by his lovely words, claiming that he would look after her and her child. Marlene, a widow, believed Alindogan would be the perfect match for her.

This was also alias Zen’s experience in Tinder last year when Alindogan supposedly courted him. She spent about 3 million pesos on Alindogan in the form of a present, a loan, and vacation costs.

When she began to have doubts about Alindogan’s character, he allegedly threatened her and fled. The National Bureau of Investigation discovered Alindogan’s false IDs and recognized him as a wealthy engineer.

When his girlfriends probe him, Alindogan is accused of fabricating a story and will be freed as a victim. Alindogan was arrested and charged with many counts of violence against women and children, aliasing, falsifying public papers, and violating the access device law.

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