i was the victem of an attempted scam using Annie and 6 of her pictures. I discovered the scam had fallen in love with her and played along until i could definitvely prove the woman innocent discovering her name. i baited the scammer who allegedly from the Uk and going by valentina jones. Towards the last she had me befriend another known scammer going by the name melissa john and a third girl Sara
Patrick this scam occured over 2 months on facebook and not on dating site. sara is a very pretty blonde but i did not recognize her on any previous scam list. She looks younger. this was a big mistake the scammer made. if i had not been so smitten i would have had a field day. looking back thes guys were so bad they were good. they seemed young and illiterate. I certainly have a broken heart. Annie is used as i have discovered so often. Because she appears so clean image as i am Christian they use that this makes you trust them. as I have discovered tactic. While in love i was not stupid just had to b sure the person in photo was innocent. I found her under 2 alias both differant although later a freind and i found over 100. looking back these guys are not all that good not clever i hear they work in groups usually of 6. I discovered suspicious tie lines. i also was conforonted them on scam and their denial was stupid. they were still not onto the fact i was onto them I like posting songs. posted the lady in picture several love songs. They did,nt even catch on that i was sending sulinal message in songs rolling in the deep not that subtle wrapped around your finger where they have control but it switches at the end Barracuda Pumped up kicks. i had them going a couple of days all while preparing for the end by discovering real girl. Found her in hawaii model search and then ended it. Basically valentinas nae is gone for good. unfortunatly these criminals are virtually impossible to catch. They didn't even get the small sum i was willing to give. This virtually prooves they are all males except a toke woman possibly. anyway i learned a valuable lesson.
anonymous from Nigeria
Dont mind them i am the real Annie i work with focus hawaii if you want to talk to the real annie firstname.lastname@example.org is my mail....
This person goes by the name Janet smith and uses email@example.com. Everything was fine until she started asking for money for a passport so she can come and marry me. This image was also posted here: Dating scammer Rhoda Naa from Accra, Ghana
Dating Scammer Janet Smith from Lagos (Nigeria) - Stop-scammers
Jan 25, 2010 - Romance scams Janet Smith; Aka: unknown; Location: Lagos (Nigeria); Operates on My Space.
Brittany_Jane@outlook.com wrote to me and sounded super sincere and wanted to run off with me and marry me and have my babies and we would live happily ever after but her Dad had just passed and she had to straighten out some paperwork in Nigeria ... but first she ws visiting her Mum in England who has cancer. I warned her NOT to go to Nigeria... scary plce but she SUPPOSEDLY went there and paid for the plane flight and evrything but forgot to pay for the hotel and was short of money bc she spent her last nickel on the plane fare and she needed $525 for a hotel. And then she wanted the money sent by Western Union to a David John in Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria ZIP CODE 23451. As soon as I saw a zip code, and many other things previously too, I suspected so I punched it all into Bing and here I am ... but I still love her and when she is done scamming the world I want her to still run off with me ... we can always take out her pimp, unless he is she and then all sorts of new twists enter the mix ... lemme get her pics for you all ... actually I think I did this twice somehow ... the pic is above and this is below ...
From Nigeria with love...
Nigerian scammers are back with a vengeance, more sophisticated than before and using online dating and auction sites to rip off tens of millions of dollars a year from vulnerable romance seekers.
Sophisticated programs, such as that offered by 'CamDecoy', provide videos of models that can be manipulated by the scammers to appear as though they are interacting with the victim on a webcam. Even more sinisterly, fraudsters use footage of unsuspecting members of webcam chat rooms that has been recorded surreptitiously over several weeks.