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The following are scammers identified by our visitors:

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

Image was previously reported under a different name. The person who used this image preys on older men, is manipulative, and has requested money. She claims she is religious, wants to please a man, and is a US Citizen but lives in Ghana but grew up in Scotland.

Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

This scammer his name is Alex Nathaniel Didier from Paris, who said is a Engineer doing construction contractor. He is activities at Heypersonal and other social media.
He said that have the container was intercepted before it arrived in Dubai, He ask me to borrow money US$5,000 for him to bribe Dubai custom to release the container. Then I try to ask my friend for help, he is a retired navy military was a navy for 24 years never heard of an interception before it gets to its destination, just cleared on the ground at a point of exit can not be intercepted before it’s destination.I ask him show the shipping document but he can’t submit it.

I am so lucky with my clever friend to expose his fraud. This stupid scammer is very angry couldn’t fraud money from me.

Scammer's IP Address:

[email protected]

Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

This scammer his name is Alex Nathaniel Didier from Paris, who said is a Engineer doing construction contractor. He is activities at Heypersonal and other social media.
He said that have the container was intercepted before it arrived in Dubai, He ask me to borrow money US$5,000 for him to bribe Dubai custom to release the container. Then I try to ask my friend for help, he is a retired navy military was a navy for 24 years never heard of an interception before it gets to its destination, just cleared on the ground at a point of exit can not be intercepted before it’s destination.I ask him show the shipping document but he can’t submit it.

I am so lucky with my clever friend to expose his fraud. This stupid scammer is very angry couldn’t fraud money from me.

Scammer's IP Address:

[email protected]

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

This scammer his name is Alex Nathaniel Didier from Paris, who said is a Engineer doing construction contractor. He is activities at Heypersonal and other social media.
He said that have the container was intercepted before it arrived in Dubai, He ask me to borrow money US$5,000 for him to bribe Dubai custom to release the container. Then I try to ask my friend for help, he is a retired navy military was a navy for 24 years never heard of an interception before it gets to its destination, just cleared on the ground at a point of exit can not be intercepted before it’s destination.I ask him show the shipping document but he can’t submit it.

I am so lucky with my clever friend to expose his fraud. This stupid scammer is very angry couldn’t fraud money from me.

Scammer's IP Address:

[email protected]

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

He will skype with you. Has several different phone numbers. Has several different email addresses. Will send you email from his mom too.

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Scammer's Profile Text:

she took it down off POF right away

Other Observations About The Scammer:

Good grammar and proper English

Scammer's IP Address:

[email protected]

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Scammer's Profile Text:

You should message me if
You are White, because I only date within my race.
You aren't a divorced daddy.
You are not looking for 'forever', because I'm not.
You can spell, punctuate, don't use LOL or emojis.
You actually read profiles and not just send messages to photos.

Scammer's Messages or Emails:

Email me [email protected], I have some pictures and videos you might want to watch.

Sarah Ongstad

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

This fraudulent criminal is truly patient. "She" has been trying to get money form me for a little over a month. However, an investigation into the number she gave me did not coincide with her stated location. The phone number is actually a VoIP line based out of New York , she stated she was in Texas, but when I first was contacted she was in California. She offered to drive up and visit me for five days if I would simply send her money for gas. She wanted the money sent via Western Union however to an account in her aunt's name. She stated the reason is so her aunt would believe she was coming to Oregon. I asked why her aunt would care? No answer. I have asked for telephone calls, and she says her phone is broken and I would not be able to hear her. So, I asked for video, then it was her phone is broken and I could hear her but not see her. She also said she was the one driving for five days to see me. It does not take more that three days to drive from Texas to Oregon

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Scammer's Profile Text:

Those closest to me, would say I was fun to be with, caring and dependable, silly. Men might say, I hope, she is very feminine, sexy. I always wear make-up and dress up, for dates, wear a dress or a skirt and stockings to look nice for him.

I love good conversation and adventuresome people. Guys who are very manly, in muscular condition, and going somewhere. And occasionally the bad boy type.

I'm not the hop-to-bed type but love being romanced

Ask what you wish !

Scammer's Messages or Emails:

My messaging app is not working, please email me at [email protected]

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

No

Other Observations About The Scammer:

This person contacted my via OkCupid. We exchanged numbers and photos. She was to come to my place last night. I received a call from her "father" who identified himself as "Randy". Randy said that "Ashley" had a wreck and he found my photos in her phone. Randy also said that "Ashley" was really only 16 years of age. "Randy" then proceeded to extort me by saying that if I didn't help him with the insurance deductible he was going to go to the police and turn me in. "Randy" demanded that I go and purchase a "moneypak" and give him the information. "Randy" also calls from a no-called ID phone.

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Did You Send Money To This Scammer? :

Yes

Scammer's Profile Text:

Her story is she is from Canada and when her father and brother were killed in car accident. Grangmother had heart attack so she and he mother flew to Ghana. Then her mother got sick 2 stroke and a heart attack so she died so Chalice was left there alone no family.

Other Observations About The Scammer:

She Went by the name Chalice Jackson but when Money was sent it was for Chalice Giftan. Her mothers maiden name

Scammer's Messages or Emails:

ph/ text number 213=394=2267

Scammer's IP Address:

[email protected]


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74 Comments

  1. Juanita Grady March 5, 2017 at 2:45 am - Reply

    Has anyone been scammed by Marc B. Neil? He got $29,000 free m me using a gold scam.

  2. Carleen Strand February 23, 2017 at 6:22 am - Reply

    Are there list scammers use of people who wont send money. I just met too many with same stories on BBW ADMIRE I found photos on scammer romance. All widows. With one child. High power jobs engineer private pilot. Etc. i feel they come after me. So wondered if I was on a get her list. My paypal a credit card n amazon were all attempted to be gotten into. Very scary

  3. Bob January 31, 2017 at 11:26 am - Reply

    Western Union recently had to pay the US FTC 586 BILLION dollars because they were warned about scams and fraud
    but failed to tighten up their security. Apparently some of their agents abroad were actually involved in the fraud as well.

    You can expect that WU will tighten up their security and identification abroad from now on!
    Expect the scammers to switch from using WU to using fake banks, bank fraud or shipment of physical bales of money.

    After Lagos Nigeria kicked them out, probably for their connection to Boko Haram, they moved en masse to Accra Ghana
    but the people of Ghana are becoming angry about the invasion of Nigerian criminals so they may kick them out soon.

    http://www.upi.com/Top_News/US/2017/01/20/Western-Union-settles-FTC-charges-it-permitted-fraud-money-laundering/4841484886369/
    Western Union to pay $586 million fine to settle fraud charges
    The company agreed to pay $586 million and additional oversight to settle charges it did not run programs that properly prevented fraud and other violations of U.S. law.
    By Stephen Feller | Jan. 20, 2017 at 1:44 AM
    Western Union agreed to pay a $586 billion fine Thursday after pleading guilty to charges of willfully failing to run an effective anti-money laundering program and aiding and abetting wire fraud (see the rest at link)

  4. paul middleton January 21, 2017 at 12:49 am - Reply

    annavittie -[number]@yahoo.com has used 231, 232, 233, 234 , 236, 238 all in combination following as in annavittie231 @ yahoo.com sometimes uses [email protected]….. uses pictures and identity of Raven Riley porn star… a scammer for sure and yes i have sent money to him/her/it… very well schooled in all parts of the real raven’s life. very hard to trip it up. can produce any document from any government you might want to see. originally encountered this person when she said was in nigeria, altho she says since 2014 all in USA. won’t prove it tho….has accomplices in USA to receive money since she says she has no permanent address or ID, even the passport has expired…

  5. Ann-Katrin Enlund January 8, 2017 at 3:50 am - Reply

    I reported a Charles Wesley and I don´t know how my e-mail address came up as the scammers e-mail????? I´m not the scammer. Can you please correct it.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team January 28, 2017 at 11:49 am - Reply

      It happened because you put YOUR email address in one of the scammer information fields. We removed it, please be more careful.

  6. Bob December 16, 2016 at 3:27 pm - Reply

    The photo personals site BrowseMyPics.com seems to have been taken over by scammers from Accra Ghana.
    They create many dozens of new accounts every week, faster than anybody can track them.
    The scammers quickly try to get you to switch to direct email, hangout or Whatsapp. That’s a clue.
    The scammers commonly use US phone numbers but with the wrong area code.
    The scammers make english mistakes no American would and have a West African accent.
    Their profile says they are in some US city but when you ask them where they are actually located they will claim a different US City or will admit to being in Ghana and ask if you have a problem with that.
    Caught in a lie, they show no true remorse, no shame. If you want to collect scammer photos, emails or phone numbers you could collect them wholesale on that site. Stolen texts, stolen photos, lots of nerve, they don’t back down easily. For some reason they avoid Facebook like the plague. The phone numbers they had out are usually VOIP numbers not voice lines, because the impersonator dude cannot pass as a female. Tell them you are serious and want to ask LOTS of questions and then start asking questions and they usually drop the line. Then they will come on and chat as if they never got the list of questions. They try to skip past your questions.
    I notice that many of the victims can’t seem to understand that so MANY fake profiles, so many scammers exist.
    People seem to think that if they see text and a photo it is a REAL person. Why?
    One thing nobody seems to talk about is that on almost all of the dating sites, fake profiles and even scammers bring the site PAID members. They serve as bait. Sites even have robots or even paid staff who pose as female members to attract ALPHA MALES to con them into paying for membership. These “shills” are big money for the sites trying to get paid subscribers. These fake accounts have gone by many different names, but the effect is to fool men into thinking they have good chances of getting some action on the web site. It seems that Nigeria got sick of the reputation the scammers brought them, it probably interfered with serious financial development money or more. They apparently kicked the Lagos 419 romance scammers out of the country. The Nigerian scammers moved to Accra Ghana where they lord over, boss or supervise Nigerians and even Ghana men. Accra is the new hot spot.

    • Bob January 31, 2017 at 11:07 am - Reply

      BrowseMyPics site management is not removing scammers accounts even when undeniable proof is reported to them.
      I have concluded that the site manager is either in cahoots with the scammers or perhaps the site is actually owned by them.
      At one point this site had over 50 different profiles all using photos of the same model Aria Giovanni.
      Apparently they got ahold of her extensive portfolio and calculated that as long as they used different
      poses nobody would match the face. Is there a way to investigate the actual and current ownership of that site?
      If the scammers actually bought and OWN a web site, is there a way to shut it down through the internet
      registration authorities?

  7. Sandy Miller December 14, 2016 at 11:06 pm - Reply

    Anyone have info on an Ursula Yarici supposedly from Germany?

    • Eli December 29, 2016 at 12:21 am - Reply

      I’m not sure, but I know a person by that name in Germany.

  8. sandy goodson November 25, 2016 at 11:06 am - Reply

    Stay away from a man called Kevin Stuart Washburn. He is on OkCupid. He is a fake. He claims to be 71 years old working for a Canadian company as a project engineer. Has anybody on this site had any contact with him. When I checked him out with the addresses and information that I asked for there was no one by that name. The address he gave me a New Hope Pennsylvania was a current listing on MLS not owned by him. He also gave me information about an address in Miami Florida which was also bogus. There is a profile on LinkedIn using his name. The ages and names of children do not match up. I am under the impression that he has stolen photos and identity from someone else. Be very careful. He can be very convincing. Wes

  9. Kateryna November 24, 2016 at 6:55 am - Reply

    I’m not a scammer and never was.the information you provide to Finn Picard out a lie.We spoke with him on the website, he asked me to pay for a Schengen visa,he sent me $ 200 and I gave the money to the travel Agency.We continued to communicate on social media, talked on the phone, until I saw more and more people gathered.At one point he turned the camera, and I was terrified that there old man.I have no desire to communicate with him, but I continued because I thought I would make an effort.He then began to tell me about their sexual intentions, and I was terrified, he wanted me to go to the toilet.I could not communicate with him further because he’s a pervert.Then the threats began about the money Interpol that he wanted to put me in jail. We were arguing and I wanted to return the money, he said it is Not necessary here and send it to your friends.This man is sick in the head in his old age,he all my friends sent me a fraud, although I have not sent them, I’m not forcing anyone. He wanted the girls to breed for sex, but alas it did not.he wrote that I was in Italy with customers is a lie.I was there for a long time with each other.look at his page, he’s a pervert.

  10. Lianaa November 9, 2016 at 7:15 am - Reply

    This scammer scott cleaver delaurentis is a Nigerian scammer i have found on other scammer websites the same emails hes sent me hes been doing this for a long time one of the same emails hes sent me i found on another site was from 2005 he has many other names he needs to be stopped anymore who thinks they may have had contact with him or currently have contact with him please check the website address i have posted i could not find anything about him until i typed in to Google a line from one of his emails then i found out everything i was shocked to see hes been doing this for so long hes a professional and knows how to suck women in

  11. John October 5, 2016 at 8:50 pm - Reply

    this is third time i have asked you to remove name and pics of Melissa Solitario from your site. I was mistaken. right now, after a background check on her came back, the information posted about her is FALSE

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team October 6, 2016 at 1:53 pm - Reply

      Who is worse the scammer, or the fool who feels sorry for the scammer and is willing to be scammed again?

  12. John October 4, 2016 at 11:42 am - Reply
    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team October 6, 2016 at 2:02 pm - Reply

      Thanks for filing a false report. You are banned from our website. Your report will be hidden, but retailed for future legal action if needed.

  13. Gonzalo Alfredo Romero Francia August 24, 2016 at 10:57 pm - Reply

    A Georgian girl named Mila Duru contacted me by email. I DIDN’T SEND ANY MONEY!!But one day she’s going to pay for trying to scam me!!

  14. MSgt Grant Doan (Ret-USAF) August 17, 2016 at 12:12 am - Reply

    Was scammed by someone that I meant on Tinder. Her phone number is 530-324-6383; which is a Google Subscriber. The number is found in Willow Creek, California. She went to Ikorodu-Lagos, Nigeria and her modeling agent left her there with her hotel expenses. I found out that her hotel was fake… She stated that she was staying in the Western Sheraton Hotel. The Ikorodu-Lagos only has two Sheraton hotels; Four Points and the Lagos. Her email is: [email protected]; which is also out of the Willow Creek, California area. She has sent me two fake photos. When I brought it up to her attention, she amended that they were fake. We have had 2 webcam conversations; both I could see the individual, but could not hear the individual. Then when I asked for another picture, I got a photo that was totally different from the person on the webcam. Now, I am getting phone calls and texts from a number in Nigeria. I have reported this entire to the FBI, but no one from the FBI has gotten back to me. Yes, at first, I did send her several hundred dollars, but have stop sending money. But the phone calls and texts are still coming. Is there a way I can “block” the numbers from getting to my cellphone?

    • Lena July 6, 2016 at 2:38 am - Reply

      What really scares me is that they now also scam with real account

  15. gus April 4, 2016 at 11:29 pm - Reply

    I am trying to find info on someone that contacted me through Skype. I have seen her on video feed and she has sent me pics. That match the person on the video. However you list her photo on your site as being used by scammers. She did say her computer had been hacked a few years ago, but I am still uncomfortable with the situation. Your site also lists her name as Cassandra Coltro Fernandez. The name she has given me is Irene Oduro. She seems to check out, but I want to get as much info on her before I continue much further. I would appreciate a reply if possible

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team April 5, 2016 at 3:33 pm - Reply

      Then what is there to ask? You are dealing with a scammer. All lies.

  16. John Taylor March 25, 2016 at 11:17 pm - Reply

    I’ve tried to give all the right information regarding this scam using stolen photos of a usa pornstar but I keep getting not correct email address , therefor have no idea your requirements. Please make contact with email on this site as it’s the same as the one I’ve posted thank you cheers

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher March 26, 2016 at 9:29 am - Reply

      Your message is not clear, where did you have problems putting in the email? On our form? It just requires a properly formatted email address. If you are pasting, you might have a period after it or a space in front of it. This isn’t rocket science.

  17. Scott February 20, 2016 at 12:35 am - Reply

    Looking for anyone who has had contact with Amarina McAuliffe, known here as Raven Riley which she is not, The first 3 of her photos are Ann Marie Rios, the 2nd 3 are actually her from a Hangouts video call

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher February 20, 2016 at 3:45 am - Reply

      We suggest asking our group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/RomanceVictimsGroup/

    • Patty February 25, 2016 at 12:25 pm - Reply

      These scammers are changing identities very quickly..they have lots of fake profiles, phones with USA area codes and addresses..these monkeys may have terrorist ties and using any money we give them for terrorist purposes here in the USA!!! I was scammed and lost 18,000 dollars by a guy I met on Christian Mingle. I researched and found him on a site where he messed up and told who and what he really is. I have since reported him to the FBI and Malaysian police. He is Nigerian living in Malaysia at a student. He told me all lies….widowed, worked for BP oil working on a rig off the coast of Labrador. had a fire and needed money..i was in contact with him for 2 yrs.. They are psychopaths, sociapaths and worse. needs to be arrested…has mules in the USA in Ohio and Texas. watchforscams.com is another good site..search oil rig dating scam..

      • Romance Scams Now Publisher February 25, 2016 at 11:37 pm - Reply

        They can do this because 98% of their victims don’t report them to anyone.

        • Patty February 26, 2016 at 2:52 pm - Reply

          Don’t worry. I am reporting him to every place I can find…and hiring an attorney to suck Christian Mingle dry. There is no excuse for all of this…and they let these monkeys on the site when they could be checking IP….ridiculous…and I told them so..Should be called Satan Mingle…Patty

          • Patty February 26, 2016 at 2:53 pm

            May also buy a ticket to Malaysia to kick his black ass too. ..

          • Romance Scams Now Publisher February 26, 2016 at 3:09 pm

            You would be very foolish. These are criminals that operate in gangs. Don’t be stupid. As much as you want revenge, there is real danger in confronting scammers. Remember, making another bad decision doesn’t cancel the first one.

          • Romance Scams Now Publisher February 26, 2016 at 3:10 pm

            Reporting is good. You will have no success going after the dating site. They are not responsible legally – morally yes, legally no. Unfortunately, you are the one responsible – and the scammer of course.

          • MSgt Grant Doan (Ret-USAF) August 17, 2016 at 12:01 am

            Same with me. I was texted by a scammer, and once I noticed that the picture from the scammer was someone else, I reported it to Tingle. They didn’t do anything. I suspect that the $19.95 per month membership was more important.

        • Patty February 26, 2016 at 4:55 pm - Reply

          ok..so now that I have reported him what can I expect? I informed you and others his real name and where he is located so are you going after him??? thanks.

          • Patty February 27, 2016 at 7:32 am

            oh my goodness!!! your response really just proves my thoughts that words on jpaper can come across totally as the person did NOT mean them!!! I am new to all this scammer stuff and seriously
            appreciate all your efforts! I was not DEMANDING anything just curious how the process works.
            I had no idea your money needs…If my scammer hadn’t stolen mine, I could give you some! :) If
            you have never been scammed personally, if is very hard to understand how the victims are groomed.
            I am an un suspecting 50 yr old divorced mom and new to all the dating site stuff and he got me good!
            I will recover but I read so much online that other people are not…it was hard for me to fess up because it is embarrassing! the guy or gang who got me was without much error! Had US phones
            and addresses and websites where they “worked” here in US. English was good. no spelling errors.
            Anyway, many blessings to you and your work!!! I am very thankful and would do more if I could! So sorry I offended you!!! I’ll just leave the site….

          • Romance Scams Now Publisher February 27, 2016 at 3:13 pm

            Thank you for the clarification, we removed our original reply.

          • Patty February 27, 2016 at 10:05 am

            and since you are continuing to embarrass me with your post I have no desire to help…I wonder why you think it helps put up pics of people who are innocent and weird names of these fake people? As for me not helping, I said I would go to Malysia and kick his black ass myself so go figure.

  18. Dale February 3, 2016 at 9:26 pm - Reply

    Rose Cagampang…or her full name Maria Rose Cagampang is an accounting student by day and scammer/prosititute at night. She has many men on the hook to support her and her family and her boyfriend. She is one of the biggest con’s in the Philippines and plans on getting a job in ccounting. I feel sorry for the company that hires her. I’m sure she will rip them off too….be carefull this is no joke. She is a full blown liar and scammer.

    • Mari July 25, 2016 at 11:02 pm - Reply

      I will check on it Dale. I heard the name before. It rings. It’s funny that I must admit being scammed can lose self esteem. I don’t wanna be angry. There’s no point anymore. Lucky thing for me was that I played the scammer game as I’d seen little red flags already. I know that he was looking for a chance that actually he did for 500 usd. I immediately confront him and argued about it. We had not talked for a day and then later the following day he pm me again and casually talked so I ride on with cautions. I tried to be as nice as possible while doing a random checking. A close friend from Netherlands who also been scammed helped me to find out if the guys is a scammer and he is. To cut the chase I know how u feel. I actually find out about this last night.I was furious and haven’t slept a wink but ok. I didn’t give him anything and never asked me of anything anymore but instead it seems.like he was gen uinely smitten with me that he even called me to say goodbye in a nice way..For me in that kind of situation we have to think seriously focus. Our anger will make things worst.I will check this Filipina scammer and I will report it here once I found out something. By the way I also reported the e-mail add that he is using that somebow I am still hoping he is not a scammer.
      Have a pleasant day

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher January 29, 2016 at 10:05 am - Reply

      Identify him how? It is enough to be able to recognize someone as a scammer. If you want their real identity, you can hire a local private detective.

  19. Janice booth December 14, 2015 at 2:34 pm - Reply

    I would like to know if anybody knows the true identity of my reported Romance Scammer Mark Looney. And I would like to know where he really is. He still contacts me,telling me he needs money to come home from Nigeria. If not sure of his true identity or whereabouts

  20. Ralph Kramer December 14, 2015 at 2:10 am - Reply

    Need some info on Kateryna Pavlova.
    Goes by Katrini_27 on Skype.

    • Anonymous December 19, 2015 at 12:03 am - Reply

      Also communicating with Kateryna Pavlova, Katrini_27, Ukraine girl who lives in Poland. Met her on Elenamodels.com She has been making travel plans to come to USA on tourist visa, sent her money, feeling like a fool now that I see you asking about her.

      • anonimus January 22, 2016 at 7:18 am - Reply

        katrini_27 on skype from krakow poland is a scammer
        goes by the name kateryna pavlove

    • Sven March 2, 2016 at 7:15 am - Reply

      She contacted me. Sent her also money. Any news ?

  21. William Temple December 4, 2015 at 1:04 pm - Reply

    Need info on Rita Hardy ! ?

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher December 12, 2015 at 9:54 pm - Reply

      We are not a detective agency.

  22. Janice booth November 30, 2015 at 7:18 am - Reply

    Please let me know if anyone can identify the man in my pictures. I would like to know what his real name is

    • Janice booth December 9, 2015 at 11:58 am - Reply

      I have also learned recently Mark, or whatever his name may be is also doing romance scams on Myspace and Skype.

      • Janice booth December 16, 2015 at 7:12 am - Reply

        “Mark” has numerous accounts on Fb, MySpace and Skype, using different names.

        • Romance Scams Now Publisher December 18, 2015 at 10:24 pm - Reply

          You should list them – just saying he has multiple accounts is not helpful.

        • Wilma Delk October 2, 2016 at 10:29 pm - Reply

          is one of his name’s Mark Underwood

  23. Bill Scheltema November 27, 2015 at 7:22 pm - Reply

    Alot of women will use the hangouts on google plus to start a convo, dont buy into it.

  24. John W December 1, 2014 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    Scam coming from Audrey Thomas <[email protected]

    Claims to be working for UNICEF in Nigeria. Nigeria was the big warning flag for me.

    Found exact text of emails she sent me here on the Romance Scams site.

    Thank you! Saved me a bunch of money and heartache.

    jw

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher December 2, 2014 at 8:12 am - Reply

      Scammers all are creatures of habit. They keep reusing text and photos until they stop working.

    • Matthew Thorn November 9, 2015 at 3:40 am - Reply

      Hey is it the same girl i posted she claims she in nigeria too

  25. Julian November 17, 2014 at 5:56 pm - Reply

    I signed in to dating site courgarlife.com and got several mails immediately even though I hadn’t uploaded a picture or a profile. I used tineye and found this site – they are scammers, one of the pix was of porn star ALannah Monroe.

  26. anonymous October 25, 2014 at 2:41 pm - Reply

    is badoo.com a scam? i found lately that someone had set up an account under my name/photos at this website.beware of this site

    • Romance Scams Now Publisher October 25, 2014 at 2:49 pm - Reply

      Badoo is not a scam, it is a business that seems to like scammers, because without the scammers they would have much fewer profiles. Of course you could say that most dating sites are a scam, since almost all tolerate scammers. You will need to report the false profile to Badoo, but once the scammers have your photos, they will keep on using them. The best thing is to share all the details with us on our Report Scammers page so you have a record of your identity theft. But who knows, maybe Ebola will solve the problem for us!

      • Bob January 31, 2017 at 11:46 am - Reply

        It’s interesting to note that even websites that are very good at quickly deleting scammer profiles
        send out email notices of new matches, winks etc. that cause the recipient to go to the site to look.
        In this way, even though they quickly delete the scammers they benefit from them.
        Many personals sites quietly give free accounts to females, real or not.
        Females on a dating site are valuable commodities, real or not.
        Many personals or dating sites even have paid shills to try to drum up PAYING memberships.
        Why would they complain about scammers doing some of that work FOR THEM?
        Personals sites generally do not want to reveal their true statistics about their ratio of males
        to females, whether they have robots or shills, how many scammers they kick off, or how many actual paid memberships they have. Most personals site outfits actually run a great number of different personals sites.
        Some resist revealing all of the personals sites their company owns.
        I’m sure there are others but BrowseMyPics is the first site I’ve seen that seems to be OWNED by the Accra Scammers.

        • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team February 2, 2017 at 4:32 am - Reply

          You are exactly right!

  27. Dr. Tim McGuinness February 22, 2014 at 3:33 pm - Reply

    If it’s not in the list above, you may not have submitted it.

  28. Alba Peroni February 18, 2014 at 3:53 am - Reply

    I posted on a scammer yesterday…. don”t see it.. Alba Peroni

  29. Dr. Tim McGuinness February 12, 2014 at 8:57 am - Reply

    We want to thank all those that have shared their information and scammer experiences with us! This is the only way to reduce the impact of these scammers on other people – to expose them!

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