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Woman agrees to move 9,000 miles for Tinder date, is sadly dumped 2 weeks later | #tinder | #pof | romancescams | #scams



We all make mistakes.

Mistakes are good because they teach us and we hopefully learn from them. And this is the type of mistake you can’t help but learn from!

Stephanie Gorton packed up her whole life with plans to move 9,000 miles away to live with a man she met on Tinder.

The 27 year old met her love when he was travelling around Australia. Things must have gone well considering she was ready to pack it all up and move across the word for him.

The pair had a long distance relationship while he finished his travels around the world, then they started talking about plans to move in together in Scotland.

And then, two weeks before she got on the flight he ended things. She told Mamamia: “In those four weeks I was always trying to chase him up… I was even contacting his mum.

“In hindsight, there were red flags all the way through. It wasn’t like it was the perfect relationship, there were trust issues… but I adored him.”

The Australian “thought it was love, and love ‘wasn’t supposed to be easy but you fight for it’. That was my mentality.”

Two weeks before she got on the flight Stephanie says she got a phone call from the guy. He said: “Steph it’s just too hard, it shouldn’t be this hard. If it’s hard now, it’s going to be even harder later.

“You’re going to come over and have no friends. You’ll be relying on me and I am not in a good place financially. Let’s just take a step back and give it a bit more time.”

Stephanie says she had a feeling he was seeing other women while dating her she said her “heart and gut already knew”.

Not only had she already shipped half her belongings over to Scotland, but she says “the worst part was, tail between my legs, going back to my job and to all the people who knew that I was supposed to be moving to Scotland in two weeks. I was deeply ashamed.”

Since the heartbreak, the 27 year old has moved on and has started up her own business, House of Hobby, where she employs 14 staff. Heartbreak can lead to amazing things, right?

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