The latest release sold out in — wait for it — FOUR. Of course, the frenzy lasted just minutes until sell-out time, leaving many users disappointed to find that the palette removed from their shopping cart come check out time.The Queen of Hearts page on Coloured Raine’s site felt the pressure, too; it currently reads “404 Page Not Found.”Coloured Raine took to Instagram to apologize.Just like I'll get mine for not being a good steward of God's money. feeling stupid, we feel the same..if I'm not a good steward of God's money. My savings of ,000 I got from settlement plus bank loans and friends... He claimed he lost his wife two years ago and was now ready to move on with his life.His accent and written English didn't match him at all. He said he had 2 kids Glenn and Deborah ages 24 & 26 and a white dog named Lisa.After they form a “relationship,” they come up with reasons to ask their love interest to set up a new bank account.The scammers transfer stolen money into the new account, and then tell their victims to wire the money out of the country.They should have anticipated it would have a high demand.
I guess he couldn't handle me anymore and realized that there was no way he was getting any money from me... He asked me for money a few months in and I declined he claim he was a engineer on assignment in Dubai but lived in Nebraska with his daughters. He had become a really good friend and a potienal life partner and new husband for me.There are anticipated product releases, and then there’s Coloured Raine’s Queen of Hearts palette.Though the palette was first launched in late 2016, fans are still clamoring to get their hands and makeup brushes on it. The demand for the palette, which features a mix of twelve matte and shimmery foil shades in gold and berry tones, meant that the indie brand’s fans were ready and waiting to purchase the product when it dropped online in a limited release.If your online sweetheart asks for money, you can expect it’s a scam.Unfortunately, online dating scams are all too common.