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    Aliandra

    February 14, 2018 at 6:06am

    François Dominique Colmar, France to Ivory Coast

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    Lee Arron Smith

    August 17, 2018 at 9:07am

    Girl Known as Laura Smith from Leicester, UK.
    Apparently – beleived to be under investigation for fraud and theft by deception.

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      Ashley Richards

      September 17, 2018 at 6:52pm

      I met her – cost me in very expensive weekends away, and a further 2 grand to “help bail her out” of debt collectors coming to her door.
      would never let you pick her up from her home address.
      I helped her our and she went quiet on me. when I messaged her, she said she was ill and under lots of stress. 3 months later I get an email out of the blue asking me if I wanted to meet up again.
      I agreed, but she did not show up.
      Avoid this girl at all costs.
      I have read somewhere that she is a scammer with a difference, you actually meet her and think she is genuine, so it’s easier to give her any money she needs.
      Saw her climbing out of a newish white Audi a couple of times around March / April time while I was looking to get my money back. I just hope the driver wasn’t scammed too.
      She is found on PlentyMoreFish Plenty OF Fish, Match, Fling.com and has male friends watching the sites on her behalf for girls who warn others about her.

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    Marinela Bimbo

    August 29, 2018 at 11:22pm

    He looks too good to be true
    He says his name is Patrick Gautier
    If someone recognize him please let me know

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      Louise

      September 10, 2019 at 4:01am

      I met Clarence on POF and quickly moved to WhatsApp. He says he is a k9 police officer in San Diego posted in Syria for 4 months training.
      Asked me to send him a used cell phone, I said I didn’t have one, he doesn’t want to get caught using work computers. His nanny in the states has his cell phone for his emails. Very charming.
      Am I being conned?

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    Jerri

    September 27, 2018 at 12:40pm

    James Jones one is captain of UN ship with same photo as another James Jones both with picture of a Hungarian man who’s first name is Bela yes I took for money by both then I started searching. Ladies these 2 are sweet talkers

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      DIANE

      October 9, 2019 at 10:41pm

      i believe this man is on my facebook, requesting that i get a google hangout account. says he is a marine engineer, i don’t believe a word he says, and i am not getting this account, i am positive he is a scammer

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:33pm

    these women are big scammers

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:35pm

    gold digger but she will not work for it

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:37pm

    She is on Black Planet and other sites this is where I met her talks about love and giving you baby and then gold she found

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:41pm

    Stole from me over two years even visited her family and had sex with her on first time. After we were good and she talked about her mom being sick and all since I met her mom I felt bad. But she slipped up and told some about a husband and tried to deny she said it.

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:46pm

    These pics are of her bridal party I paid for, so you see her ways. Talk about finance’ visa and a term called PTA this is another sceme these Nigerian women used so they can receive more funds from you and when it is time to make they flight something tragic happens, mother was assault and someone stole our money and she did a currency exchange and they gave her fake money it was paper.

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:47pm

    more pics of Nigerian thief, she uses Lilian Uche

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    Jonathan Jones

    October 2, 2018 at 3:48pm

    more Nigerian pics

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    Rick Furguson

    October 24, 2018 at 4:32pm

    Tells you she wants to come to you and asks for lots of travel expenses then disappears Goes by Anna Svistonova

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    Jasmine

    October 28, 2018 at 7:48pm

    Kelvin Chung Tan / Kelvin Li Jie Tan claimed to be a Malaysian borned in Scotland.
    He told me he got a government contract in Malaysia and got into cash flow situation; begged and cried for money assistance as he had nothing to eat and no one was able to help. Out of pity, I did wire money to Malaysia. His phone number is +44 7521 183888. He connected with a guy named Anderson from +1 516 209 2121 http://www.royalexpresscourier.com saying that he sent me package of values before he left Scotland out to the business contract. They came up a string of lie to deceive money. I tried to recall from Melon Bank of New York but told that they need permission from their client the scammer in order to recall the money for me; which is none sense.
    Because the pain was so severe so I deleted his pictures. In the end, he confessed that his real name is Micheal Benneth from South Africa. He took down his FB before I had a chance to report. He also tried to scam my friend under the name of David Tan. The story started out in November of last year. Now that we are in the holiday season, I hope this message can help people out there to be aware and not make the same mistake as I did.

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    John

    December 11, 2018 at 10:29pm

    Caution, this female works as an escort from Brisbane Queensland Australia in the Riverhills (postcode 4074) and Cleveland (postcode 4163). Profile was on the RSVP dating site in 2016.

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    Sandy Bare

    January 6, 2019 at 4:26am

    Nigerian Romance Scamner Levine Shaffer, Might also be going by “Jim Blackwell” in chat rooms and on dating sites.
    He claims to be in Lagos Nigeria and works as a Protective Agent for the CIA. He will give you a sob story while on a special mission in Afghanistan that his wife cheated on him with his best friend and is looking for a new wife and mother for his young daughter Kennedy. He might also ask you to marry him and open up a bank account so that he can deposit money into it to help support you and your kids. He might also ask you if you have a bank account, and if you can wire him money or have money wired to you via Western Union to pick up for him and wire back to him via Western Union to many different receivers to Lagos Nigeria.
    He claims to be an American Italian and speaks with a foreign accent. Don’t believe anything he tells you. He asked me to marry him and kept making promises to come visit me and never did. His lame excuse will be that his agency is holding him against his will to leave Nigeria.

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    Sandy Bare

    January 13, 2019 at 2:00am

    Hi Everyone, My name is Sandy Bare and this man is my scammer. I just got word today from Beenverified that he is also the well known blogger, chat rooms and dating site fraud scammer “Archie Belden” You can find his story on match.com. At this time it is uncertain if he has been found and arrested.

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    Anne Lynn

    February 7, 2019 at 12:51pm

    Maybe Scammer

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      Silke

      July 24, 2019 at 8:10pm

      do you have more information about this man?

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        Наталья Дергапутская

        October 19, 2019 at 10:41am

        afterr talking about 1 month this man (called himself Juan Amadej) asked for money for his Mom’s surgery. Seems to be a very polite and respectful. Not sure as for his true untentions tll now but decided to inform you to check this man carefully. Thanks.

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    ANA NINA

    February 19, 2019 at 2:50am

    This man scam me for a year saying he was in Pakistan and had 550 thousand dollars he had earn for good behavior that he needed help taking money out of the country promises to come married me he never came always excuse be aware goes by luis jim damian

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    MaryAnn Cianciulli

    March 6, 2019 at 1:41pm

    Above

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    Frank

    March 10, 2019 at 11:02am

    Please do anybody know this man he been asking me for money and something not right

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    Samaritan

    April 9, 2019 at 1:58am

    Scammer from Nigeria.
    Uses a girl’s pictures, probably taken from her insta. Goes by the name Nikolina Oblak.

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    Lizbeth Martinez

    June 19, 2019 at 2:19pm

    Romance Scam …. Guy went by the name of Hector Pedro and Hector Pedro Williams. Of course he stole the image from a Dr. Fernando Gomes Pinto who is a Neurosurgeon in Brazil. So the doctor is a victim in all this because his images are being plastered everywhere.

    Instagram the person used the user name: HectorPedro001

    Email addresses used: hectorpedro001@gmail.com (business email address) and hectorpedrowilliams@gmail.com (personal email address)

    Claimed he had been divorced for 4 years and had a 6 year old daughter. Claimed his father was deceased but his mother was still alive.

    Claimed he was in a contractor and showed me building designs that were going to be constructed. Asked for money from the start because he couldn’t get access to his account because he was overseas (in Cambodia)… Originally said he was contractor and worked for a company. Later changed it and said he was a private contractor. Said he needed a little money because he couldn’t finish buying the books needed to finish up his designs for work. Later said he finished up his work in Cambodia and was needing to come back to the U.S. now but this construction company told him the next day he needed to pay for his hotel stay there and he didn’t want to run out of money and asked me if I would allow him to deposit his money in my acct. Of course I said NOOOOOOOO!!!

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    Linda Nyguyen

    July 9, 2019 at 12:42pm

    Scammer contacted me via a dating site. Claims name is Linda Nyguyen. Uses email address: nguyenlinda452@gmail.com. Sent several pictures which turned out to be of a woman in China. Some of the pictures were photo shopped with her holding a Virginia Drivers License and also a photo shopped picture of a US passport. Claimed she was a student at Central Piedmont community college. Both parents dead, no siblings, grandmother raised her but is sick in the hospital right now. Asked for sums of money for food, books, medications on various occasions. Claimed she was going to come to me after graduation and needed me to verify that with the school who would contact me. Received an email from someone claiming to be her “supervisor”, yet there was no art & design dept at the university. Nor any staff named Kevin Omara. The grammar in the email was poor. The domain the email was sent from matched the schools domain.

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    Kerry

    July 19, 2019 at 8:42am

    Calvin Edouard/Edward is a fit, handsome guy who is scamming women on dating websites, including Hinge, for a Next of Kin scam – so he can get money from a crypto-currency mining scam.
    He is a very ‘sweet, romantic guy’ messages and talks to you daily, lots of video calls, says he is away on business on an expansion task for Quantum Financials Investments Ltd in Dubai/Abu Dhabi but is either in a flat in Kingsmead House, Lambscroft Avenue, Eltham or in Moscow . He says his wife died in a gas explosion ten years ago and he has no family, apart from a son, 5, who lives with a nanny on his ‘super estate in California – so he needs a Next of Kin.
    Quantum provides you with a form and wants your identify details and signature to set up fraudulent crypto mining accounts to mine currencies from other legit accounts in your name and what turns out to be a fake ISO audit compliance certificate for online financial trading.
    Calvin, aided by another conman Sergey Siminov/Sergey Baker – Instagram: Sergey_baker – who fraudulently claims to be a lawyer and financial adviser for Virgin Money bank and Quantum fraudulently uses Virgin Money Bank’s Manchester address as their address.
    Calvin, who claims to be an electrical engineer comes across as educated, cultured, nice to talk to, interested and some of what he says is believable.
    I met him in London four times, got on great, and in all knew him for six months. I hoped for more, it was nice.
    However, when you ask questions about the next of kin, exactly what is it really all about he said he needs money.
    I can see not so strong women falling for him in a big way and then really having trust/confidence issues after.
    Please do not trust him despite his good looks and sweet ways, asks what seems genuine questions too and remembers things you’ve said – seems almost a dream come true. Sadly and cruely, Calvin Edouard is part of a crypto currency mining scam racking in what is possibly millions due to his lifestyle.

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    Michael

    August 1, 2019 at 2:36am

    This girl talked to me for months and months. Said she was from the Ukraine. Confessed her love. Said she wanted a real relationship. Said she wanted to marry me. When the time came for her to come to me said she had plane tickets. Then she said she couldn’t come until she paid her loans off . I sent her 700.00 and never heard from her again. BEWARE OF THIS ONE. She sends alot of fake pics. I can look back now and see photoshop.

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    Cee

    August 6, 2019 at 11:47am

    This man poses as a government employee working as a tactical analyst to gain your trust. Tell you all about his family his job his daughter. Chats a couple days there then asks to message on what’s up. I agreed thinking we could video chat before meeting. We message there for a day then when I requested a call he sent a message saying”something you should know about me then a second message saying this phone is clone. I googled what that was and the scammer copies all your info from your phone. He is using phone number 479-459-6151

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    Deej

    August 13, 2019 at 3:55am

    Big scammer alert

    Goes my Tobi Ben Aries
    Found on facebook dating site
    Asking for banking info including passwords.
    Phone number is 6502425173

    Romance Scam

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    Prescilla

    September 17, 2019 at 4:14am

    This person is scammer.from dating.com he will tell he will.marry you and send some gifts that he will send in a courrier then later will asked money to pay for the courrier.

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    Prescilla

    September 17, 2019 at 4:42am

    This person is scammer.from dating.com he will tell he will.marry you and send some gifts that he will send in a courrier then later will asked money to pay for the courrier.his name is justice lado from ohio california

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    Laurie

    October 13, 2019 at 11:11pm

    Received a friend request via MeWe from a man claiming to be Micheal Scott. He said he was on a UN peacekeeping mission in Somalia, father of a 14 yr old daughter and his wife died in an auto crash. He claimed to be 54, from Santa Maria, Los Angeles, CA, earned a Master’s degree in Computer Science. Sometimes his grammar and English were correct, but many times he had broken English for someone so intelligent. Everything started innocently, I accepted his request as he looked like a nice guy. He asked that we talk on Hangouts for more confidentiality. After a couple of days of talking, I told him we could be friends and chat but there were boundaries that we would not cross, explaining to him I was a married woman and not looking for a relationship, just friends. He agreed. Then he started getting seriously personal, calling me honey, babe, baby and his queen. I went along with it to see how far it would go. Well, really quickly he wanted me to send him an itunes card for him to upgrade his app. I didn’t. That didn’t go over well but he agreed to keep on conversing. A couple of days later he started telling me he trusted me and how he had a request for me to help him move his “family treasure” out of the country. He had supposedly saved up a million dollars from his compensation and he wanted me to receive it and keep it safe for him until he returned. I questioned him about his honesty and whether or not he was real or a scammer at this point, to which he became very agitated at me. I smoothed it over and told him I would do what I could. We talked mutiple times each day and night, sometimes with sexting involved including photos. After all, he was promising me this great life when he returned, which would be soon.He instructed that a UN Diplomat named George Abraham would be contacting me via email or phone call to let me know when he arrives with the briefcase containing the money and what to do next. I did receive the email. He stated that he had run into customs issues at the airport because he did not allow them to xray his briefcase in fear of being caught with the money. So he had found someone who would keep quiet for $1500. I needed to send it right away. I replied to the email letting him know that I do not have that kind of money and no means to get it. Not long after, I received a message from Micheal wanting to know what was happening and why I wouldn’t help him. I reminded him that I had already told him I had no money and no means of getting any money to help him. At this point he became very agitated and claimed I had lied to him and called me names. I told him that I had already researched him and that I knew he was not legit. This really made him mad. I informed him that I had also informed the authorities about him. He became madder and told me he no longer wanted to communicate. We ended our texting with goodbyes. I have the pics he sent and have archived the conversation. He uses email ms4176691@gmail.com

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    Nyleve

    October 17, 2019 at 7:53pm

    On Match.com; man posing as Arven Frank Williams, 66 yo.

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