Scammer: Hannah Clayton (843) 603-4799

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Scammer: Hannah Clayton (843) 603-4799

They Even Have Phone Numbers Now?

These are mostly TEXT services.  Call the numbers and see.

She Is:

Hannah Clayton 
(843) 603-4799

She also gave out a  phone number, which is unusual, but what woman gives out her phone number to a total stranger on-line! Who does that?

Her Profile Details:


seeking and searching for my soul mate
Age: 32
Gender: Female
Orientation: Heterosexual
Country: United States
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Height: 5 ft. 10 in.
Body Type: Average
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Hair Color: Light Brown hair
Eye Color: Hazel
Religion: Christian / Catholic
Astrological sign: Taurus
Level of Education: Some college
Occupation: Self Employed
Income: I’ll tell you later
Smoking: Non-smoker & don’t mind smokers
Drinking: Drink Socially / Occasionally
Relationship Status: Never Married
Have Children: No
Want Children: Yes
Looking to meet a: Male Age: 18 to 99
Relationship Desired: I’ll tell you later
Last Visit: Today


Her Profile Text:

New here kind and honesty seeking and seaching for my soul mate on here and hope I could spend the rest of my life with

Not much here, but looks like it was copied and pasted from somewhere else, but left off the end.  Also note, no punctuation at all.

Her Initial Message:

Hello Dear,
How are you doing?I Came Across your profile and Its very Lovely
and Awesome. My name is Hannah, I am Single, Well I am a Honest,
Kind, Caring, Loyal, truthful and God fearing Person,I respect men
a lot.. I am Looking for a serious and Long term relationship.. Age
or Distance does not matter to me in relationship…email me on better still could text me (843) 
603-4799… Hope to hear from you on there soon…





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  1. Keith November 4, 2013 at 9:42 pm - Reply

    There are women who give out their number on an initial email that are not scammers, a bit surprising. but true.

    • Romance Scam Detective November 4, 2013 at 11:32 pm - Reply

      Here is a test you can use. If you can call the number and she answers, she may be a real person. If it is only voice mail, or for texting, probably is a scammer. There are services that will give internet voice mail and texting services that will forward to Africa easily. But a voice call forwarding would cost a fortune. These guys are generally cheap!

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