She said the two talked regularly, and the man sometimes sent her money.
Then, earlier this month, the man requested that she transfer him money while he was "in Peru for business ...
to assist him in paying employees and then to help him pay for himself to get home," according to the report.
The woman told police she took out cash advances on a credit card, then used a wire service to transfer money.
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