French Canadian Ghanaian Scammer
From Paris but knows nothing about it, too bad scammer!
This Romance Website Scammer Is:
Arcadia, Indiana, USA
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
The Scammer’s Details Are:
looking for love Age: 33 Gender: Female Orientation: Heterosexual Country: United States Location: Arcadia, IN Height: 5 ft. 6 in. Body Type: Average Ethnicity: White / Caucasian Hair Color: Blonde hair Eye Color: Blue Religion: Christian – Other Astrological sign: Aries Level of Education: Some college Occupation: I’ll tell you later Income: I’ll tell you later Smoking: Non-smoker & don’t mind smokers Drinking: Don’t Drink Relationship Status: Separated Have Children: No Want Children: Undecided Looking to meet a: Male Age: 40 to 80 Relationship Desired: I’ll tell you later
The Scammer’s Written Description Is:
I can describe myself as communicative, kind, honest, very romantic, friendly and lovely lady. I have good sense of humor and I think I am easy-going. Friends tell me that I am very interesting and many-sided person. I like walking in the woods, the silence and beauty that brings joy. I am preparing to cooking and I like to surprise my friends with my culinary creations. I love animals, they are the most loyal creatures.
me: Hi, thanks for your interest in me
luvluv2020: My name is Heather
me: Hi Heather, love that name
me: where are you?
luvluv2020: How long have you been single?
me: couple of years
me: and you?
luvluv2020: I am originally from France, but i was raised in montreal Canada[a real Canadian would have used Quebec instead of Canada, or not used it at all]
luvluv2020: I have been single for three years
me: are you divorced?
luvluv2020: never married [above she says separated]
luvluv2020: no kids
luvluv2020: do you have kids
me: just one, grown
luvluv2020: tell me about you , what are you looking for? [a real person would want to know you, not ask what you are looking for]
me: you live in Indiana now?
luvluv2020: I have come back to Montreal to be with mom
luvluv2020: what are you really looking for?
me: the right person
me: not so complicated
luvluv2020: I am also looking for the right person
me: you said you were originally from France? What part?
luvluv2020: I am looking for a serious relationship that can lead me to a good marriage
me: near sacre coeur?
luvluv2020: what? [most famous landmark in Paris]
luvluv2020: are you from FRance?
me: no but I have been there
luvluv2020: Ok. how long have you been searching online? do you have yahoo?
me: so you speak Quebecois?
luvluv2020: what is that? [the French dialect of Quebec]
me: what is your yahoo address?
luvluv2020: whats yours?
me: thing is you are really from Accra
me: you are Sakawa
me: you are caught at least admit it
luvluv2020: what ok fine
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