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Mabel – photo stolen from a real person who is Asian

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This Romance Website Scammer Is:


The Scammer’s Details Are:

I am looking for a good man.
Age: 34
Gender: Female
Orientation: Heterosexual
Country: United States
Location: Smithfield, UT
Height: 5 ft. 6 in.
Body Type: Athletic
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Hair Color: Black hair
Eye Color: Brown
Religion: Christian / Catholic
Astrological sign: Sagittarius
Level of Education: Some college
Occupation: Student
Income: $50k to $75k
Smoking: Non-smoker & don’t mind smokers
Drinking: Don’t Drink
Relationship Status: Never Married
Have Children: No
Want Children: No
Looking to meet a: Male Age: 45 to 92
Relationship Desired: I’ll tell you later

The Scammer’s Written Description Is:

My desire is to meet a sensitive, sensuous, warm, assertive single man who wants a friend. My interpretation of a friend is one to whom you can pour out all the contents of your heart, chaff and grain together, knowing that the gentleness of hands will take it all, sift it, keep that which is worth keeping and, with a breath of kindness, blow the rest away. I thank you in advance for allowing me to be that kind of friend to you. 

Her Messages Were:

Hello How are you doing ?? My name is Mabel,I am 
impressed by your profile and i would like to get to 
know you more.I’m extremely down-to-earth and 
confident girl, and not to mention, charming as people 
used to tell me. I value the many facets of life and 
love. I’m always sensitive to the environment that 
surrounds me and that includes finding happiness
peace, and of course love and adoration. I love to 
laugh and smile with good friends. I enjoy going to 
dinner, movies, beaches, mostly all outdoor activities. 
I will like to be the woman you are looking for. Here 
is my email address and hope you can contact me direct 
so we can share some pictures. 
You can also add me on yahoo messenger im at 
honestwoman29 i hope to hear from you soon.. 

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  1. Patcha November 10, 2013 at 1:09 pm - Reply

    Please take this picture down!!! It’s stolen and I am not a scammer!!!
    I hope you can do something about it because it is ruining my life!!!!!!

    • Romance Scam Detective November 10, 2013 at 5:10 pm - Reply

      “Patcha” asked that we take this down. However, the IP address that she posted her comment from was Thailand: So the problem is, how do we know she is a real person asking this? In effect, this is evidence of a crime. Until we can verify her identity, we will leave it posted.

      • Patcha November 11, 2013 at 11:19 pm - Reply

        Isn’t it obvious then? It says she is from the US, Caucasian and 34 years old. Does the person in the photo look like a Caucasian woman?
        Yes, I am the person in the picture and I am from Thailnd. I don’t know who sent it to you but my picture is probably stolen. Please, I hope there is a way to solve this.

        • Romance Scam Detective November 12, 2013 at 2:07 am - Reply


          First, you need to understand that the Ghanaian Sakawa Boys that did this has your photo and he/they will continue to use it. There is nothing anyone can do to stop them, other than track down the person(s), and that is almost impossible.

          Second, there are three things you can do!

          1 & 2. Contact a local attorney, and ask them if they will help you do the following: a) Petition your government to declare the Republic of Ghana a “Rogue State” and break off diplomatic relations. Not very likely, but it should be worth a lot of fame in your country if the newspapers and the media pick it up. You can get even a little justice in your country, at least – and after all this is where you live – so once the story gets out, people will stop looking at you as the scammer. b) file a law suit against the Republic of Ghana for failing to enforce its own laws in your country’s civil courts – yes you can do – the crime occurred against a Thai citizen, and you should have the right to sue them in your country. If you win, your count will give you an enforceable judgment that will allow you to seize any property and assets that reside in your country. Any good attorney, would welcome such a high-profile unusual opportunity!

          3. We are reporting that there has been a crime and that your photos have been stolen. We do this to help people understand that your photo is not you, when they see it on a dating website. What you can do to help us is prove it: on the right side of this page there is an email address; send us a new photo of you with proof in the form of a daily newspaper with an up-to-date date on it very visible by your face. We will add a statement to the photo so it can never be used by the scammers, but it will prove your statements. We will forward the photos to the known dating sites and also ask for their support – but you must understand that this is like trying to catch sunlight at this point.

          Of course, if you are not the real person… Then you will do none of the above and nothing changes.

          Warmest Regards,

          • Patcha November 13, 2013 at 12:03 am

            I have sent an email to the team.

            Thank you for helping.

          • Romance Scam Detective November 16, 2013 at 1:48 am


            Dear McGuinness Publishing team,

            My name is Patcha. I found out about three days ago that my picture is stolen and has been used somewhere as a scam.
            I have made comments on the page where my picture is shown in your website. ( ) I apologize for my rudeness as I panicked because I was very upset about the situation. I have opened an account on a dating website using this picture of mine, never thought this would happen. It actually ruined a relation between me and a good friend I met on the website. The person thought I was a real scammer.

            I have read your reply and understand how scammers do their works. I chose to do number 3 because I don’t want to go through all the process and the attention number 2 might bring. And if I understood correctly, I just need to send you my other pictures, right?

            Thank you for your concerns


          • Romance Scam Detective November 16, 2013 at 1:50 am

            Unfortunately Patcha, you did not do what we suggested. Just putting a date on a photo doesn’t prove anything. I asked you to take a NEW photo showing a newspaper by your face that clearly shows a recent date. That would be REASONABLE proof. Especially because it should be a Thai Newspaper – confirming your claim.

            Also, why did you use a U.S. email service (HOTMAIL) when you sent your email? Don’t you have a Thai email address to help prove you are in Thailand.

            What you sent doesn’t prove you are a real person, in fact it makes it look more like a scam.

            Please help yourself and send the newspaper photo as proof of life, and we will help you.

            Until then, we have to remain neutral about your assertions.

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