He started talking to this girl that he met on an anonymous messaging app. They started texting, and talking on the phone, and by day three she'd told him she loved him, and he said it back. He says they're boyfriend and girlfriend now, and they discussed meeting each other's parents, and marriage, and babies. I got mad at him. We argued, and I told him that there was no way that what he was experiencing was love. He's quite upset with me now, as am I with him. Then I started thinking about the facts I knew about this girl. There was so much inconsistency, and so many things that didn't add up. And they still haven't met yet. She's come up with an excuse every time. He had sent me screenshots of his convo with her, so I copied her number off that and searched it on Facebook (according to this girl, she didn't have a facebook because she had an abusive ex boyfriend who was stalking her). Only one person showed up in the search results. A woman who definitely did not match the name or picture that my friend showed me. But the info was the same. She lives in the same place, she has the same job, she has the same pets...
I guess there's an off-chance that I could be wrong? But I mean, I searched the number, and only one person came up. So I don't know what to do now. He's so mad at me, and I've made such a big deal about this, that there's no way he'd listen to me, but I'm also worried about him now.
Most Helpful Guy
All you can do is warn him. Why don't you tell him to give up on her and have you instead?0
Most Helpful Girl
Could you find her on the app and message her yourself? Maybe ask her why when you search her number another women comes up? Or perhaps you could call her and maybe pretend to be an employee from a bank wanting to go over some suspicious card activity and get her to confirm her name or something?0