I said "wow this guy's really handsome, I can't believe he's talking to me!"'Sarah concedes that there are suspicious elements to his story: 'When I first started talking to him,' she told Dr Phil, 'He sounded Italian now his accent's kind of changed I don't know if he's adapted to where he's at...

“I became very suspicious that my mother was giving ‘Aaron’ money, because she was selling my dad’s belongings.

My mother finally admitted two weeks ago that she was sending all this money to ‘Aaron.’” Watch the video above as the women come face to face, and see more from the show here. Phil tries to unravel the mystery and find out who "Aaron" really is and if Kaye may be getting scammed.

It emerged that Kayla was a catfish - someone who tricks others online by setting up fake profiles with fake pictures and names- after one of the women became suspicious and looked into the man she had been talking to.

Victim Hilary Hayes said she had been texted out of the blue by someone calling himself 'Hunter Anderson' who claimed to have seen her at a party and that he was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

At the same time, another victim, Sara Vanwagenen, believed she was in a relationship with a man called 'Hyrum Young'.

She too reported that the person they were in contact with would never agree to meet up.Though the mysterious man's accent has changed over time, and he keeps asking for money to be wired to various different countries, Sarah insists she is '95 per cent certain' that he is telling her the truth.She described the moment they met on the internet: 'An attractive person came on there and said "wow you look like you wouldn't hurt a fly".Seventy-year-old Kaye recalls meeting “Aaron,” the man she now calls “the love of my life,” on a dating website in March 2014.“The first time I heard his voice, it was like fireworks went off," she says."When he says I love you, it just gives you chills.”Kaye says they’ve been “dating” for a little over a year, although they’ve never met in person.