The phone messages will end soon, if they have not already. They are the last ditch effort and only way that the scammer can try to make you believe his lies and send money to him. They are just the copy/pasted rantings of someone pushing the same wrong pin# into an atm machine with a stolen credit card, and getting nothing back. Eventually he will figure out that the card or pin# is no good (you), usually after a few days or so and move on. They do not think of you as a real person, just an object they use to enrich themselves. And when the object is broken, they toss it out.
If you have no yet listened to podcast #11, this will help, too.
It contains an interview of one of the early blackmailed survivors that joined our site, and he tells his story and talks about his recovery. It is very, very good. viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1370&start=30#p26487
orhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l8FkBcOV ... r_embedded
Scroll to #11.