Gisèle – Another Stolen Identity Used By Scammers

(Last Updated On: August 22, 2022)

Another Stolen Identity Used To Scam Men:

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This Stolen Identity: Gisèle

Do You Know Gisèle?
She Is Frequently Used By Scammers To Fool Male Scam Victims!

You Have Probably Seen Her Photos Before!

Her name is Gisèle and she is an Adult Video Star

Remember, regardless of the story you were told, ex or current North American or European Adult Stars do not live in Ghana or Nigeria!

Gisèle Is Another Scammers Choice Award Winner

Of course, you don’t really know Gisèle, since these are stolen photos used by African Romance Scammers, but he is popular!

If you see her photos on social media or on a dating site – guess what?  She is being used by Online Fraudsters & Cybercriminals!

Remember Gisèle’s face for the next time you see him!

Here is a gallery of Gisèle’s photos we have found used by Romance Scammers:

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  • Do Not Contact Her – You Do Not Have A Relationship With Him! That is called Cyberstalking!
  • She Does Not Want To Hear From Men Who Have Fallen In Love With Her Face!
  • She Is A Victim Also And Deserving Of Her Privacy And Respect
  • She Knows Her Identity Has Been Stolen And Used By Scammers
  • If you attempt to track down the face in the photo and contact them that is cyberstalking and is a crime
The face in the photo is a victim too - please leave them alone!
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  1. DEAN SAYER March 11, 2023 at 10:04 pm - Reply

    11, march 2023.
    A scammer using a fake tiffany bastow instagram account tried one on me.
    using an inheritance she wanted to put into my bank account and then come to new zealand and be with me.
    i knew pretty much straight away it was all bullshit.
    reported the happenings and deleted my instagram account.
    So sorry to all those who gave money

  2. Todd July 28, 2022 at 9:28 am - Reply

    I was talking to a Tiffany Bastow for a couple years. She said she wanted me to come to Killeen, Texas to start our life together. She said she would haelp me get money to come so first she wanted me to get coinbase app and then she wanted me to get a baskbank account with her. I said Whoa, whoah, slow down. I’m not doing that and then she got mad and said I wasn’t serious about her and she couldn’t believe she wasted all this time with me. She said she has a daughter Caroline and works at a cvs as a pharmacy clerk. She said she retired playboy in 2018 to raise her daughter proper. I searched and all I found was an instagram account of her Tiffany Bastow Jones. She never explained what I had found. The instagram account say’ s that she did retire in 2018 from playboy and told her followers to not follow anybody using her name because that they are frauds copying her. I searched for a Tiffany Jones that works at a cvs and found one in Indianapolis, Indiana. I told her I would call her at work because she wouldn’t call me on my phone to verify who she is. She flipped out and said “wo does that calling her at work so I don’t know but there are only 2 cvs’s in Killeen< Texas where she said that she is. I called one and they said no she doesn't work there but I suspect that she really does work at a cvs and I believe it is at the one in Indiana because there is a Linkedin account of Tiffany Jones that works at cvs in Indiana. You are welcome if this helped you from being her next victim.

    • SCARS Editorial Team July 28, 2022 at 11:47 am - Reply

      Todd, thank you for sharing your story. Unfortunately, nearly 2 million people in the U.S. alone become romance/relationship scam victims every year now. You might want to write out your whole story – if you do we will help you publish it. We wish you the best of luck.

  3. Ed Glass July 11, 2022 at 6:00 am - Reply

    Talking w/a girl using the name debra griffin.she claims she is xogiselle.she said she is working as an escort&lives in fallon nv.she wrote me on twitter.we chat on my text message thing on my phone she has a phone number from new orleans louisiana.she said she wants $900 to meet $450 before the rest when she shows she scamming me?.she claims debra griffin is her real name&she is trying to quit her porn site.last time it was updated was in may which tracks w/her quitting.hoping you can tell me what’s up.

  4. Joe C November 29, 2021 at 7:18 am - Reply

    Was friended by a Julie Smith on Facebook. Uses all of Tiffany’s photos. Reported her to Facebook as she is impersonating someone, but Facebook said she is doing nothing wrong

  5. Glen September 5, 2021 at 8:17 am - Reply

    Well I guess i’m late to the party. I didn’t know of this. Gisele Martin-Adult actress. Been in contact for almpst a year Frist on Instgram By Donna Mack. Then moved to Whatsapp. From 1(434)322-0659, have told me She said that her mother and father were killed in a car accident. Now it’s just her and her grand mother ( granny ) She said that she had some money coming from the estate of her mother and father. Alays ask for money as either needed food, meds for sick grandmother or in hospital. Once claimed to hav been shot by someone sent by her laywer to take back the money from inheritance I being a nice guy trying to help someone. I had blocked several times ,but get pulled back in. Had sent money via paypal, but kept givin me different emails. till paypal closed my account. then as to sent google or apple cards. i stopped then asked to sent bit coin to her wallet. Needless to say they got me good. other #’s used 1(816)832-5861, 1(872)362-5171. gave me a email-Debbey Rose, Finally Did a Google picture search and found this site, and finally stopped blocked for good.

    • SCARS Editorial Team September 5, 2021 at 5:42 pm - Reply

      This is not the way to report a crime. Please report it to your local police and to Thank you

    • James February 27, 2022 at 5:19 pm - Reply

      You know I’ve been seeing and doing the same thing to another one the same story you got her grandmother and her grandmother passed away and then she went over to California and she got ran into problems with her auntie and caused all kinds of troubles over there and I hear all kinds of this thing is really strangers a lot of people tied into this and standing behind her on certain things she’s saying very strange at what’s going on same thing same story you’re telling me right now and I’ve like I said I’m still talking to her I just have to reading your story because I asked for a video chat it’s not happening and I also ask for a telephone call she gave me that but it doesn’t sound like the same one on the on the videos on the internet thank you

  6. Maria July 7, 2021 at 7:36 am - Reply

    I’ve been talking to a woman using XO Gisele pics. Says she like woman and is a retired bikini model. But now is a seamstress. Her bank account is messed up and needs me to accept her payments for her, the convert to bitcoin and sent it to her. It started out with just a few $$ everyday and has grown to $300-400 a day. My thoughts are she’s scamming people some how. But, dont know how. with this, she’s made me an accomplicie. I’ve cut ties with her.

  7. Dec Smyth July 6, 2021 at 10:11 pm - Reply

    I was contacted on IG about a yr ago. Telling me she was on her own and going by the name Kate Lopez. She played the abused girl with a mean ex who would beat her. Claimed she wanted to come live with me. She tried telling me her dad left her millions$$ but couldn’t get it until she had a fiance to take over the $$ for her. I had been talking to a female with a heavy Spanish accent. Even went as far as having a fake attorney call me with the unbelievable details of $$. I called her out on it after I saw a few videos and quickly stopped talking to her and blocking her number. I also went as far as changing my # because she and her cohorts started to calljng from fake phone #’s. I’ve finally gotten rid by changing my cell # and closing Ig and hang outs

    • SCARS™ Editorial Team July 7, 2021 at 9:59 am - Reply

      We are sorry this happened to you, but you did the right thing by cutting off all contact. If we can help, please let us know. We wish you all the best.

  8. Larry sutherland November 17, 2020 at 1:58 pm - Reply

    Rose asare was her name and we went back and forth for months . Sent me pictures of Giselle. Got an I phone and a few hundred out of me. I asked her or him how the phone was working and he told me he sold it. Ouch! I got suspicious and found this site and busted him.

  9. marc a vaintrub September 1, 2020 at 11:48 am - Reply

    Does anyone know Jessica Parker’s email or ID on Hangout?

  10. Angelo Coucke August 6, 2020 at 11:22 am - Reply

    I was contacted by Jessica, indeed sending me similar pictures of who seems to be XO Gisele, when I confronted her/it/them she told me that she use to be in the adult industry and instead of accusing her of trying a scam I should have just asked. She now says she lives in Scotland but use to live and work in Texas, that seems to match with Gisile’s past. She has promised a video call to prove she is telling the truth so I’m in full anticipation. At this point she has not tried to scam in any way but has mentioned she lives with her granny and takes care of her because she is unwell but the only person she has left. No money has been asked for and believe me I will never send any, nor will I send compromising pictures or photo’s of credit cards or even pictures with things in the back ground scammers could use. Can you imagine if there is a genuine person out here who is being used like this. In any case just to warn people she now lives in Scotland goes under the name of Jessica Parker and uses Google Hangouts to communicate as Jessica Parker.

    • SCARS™ Editorial Team August 8, 2020 at 11:14 pm - Reply

      It is all a scam, regardless of asking for money. By continuing the relationship you are allowing the scammer to continue the manipulation. End it. Look at our 3 Steps for New Victims on our home page.

    • marc vaintrub August 31, 2020 at 9:37 pm - Reply

      What is her email do you know?

  11. Jeff M April 19, 2020 at 8:00 am - Reply

    Stephaine Connor, same lady’s pix and similar story. Over 2 month time she made attempts from Fresno, CA to get $$ from horses sold in TX. Finally stopped contact leaving her in Dallas, ha. Discovered these pics earlier and was told a twin sister she was embarrassed of and never spoke too. Also had friend Angela that worked and seemed more level headed, but same person I’m guessing. English was pretty good but occasional messups, explained as mother was from Caribbean and she used some of mother’s speech patterns and words. After approaching mid 4 figures, I threw hands up, just to crazy. And if course I expect my western union payment to come anytime. Haha.

  12. Stephen Bishop February 29, 2020 at 8:36 am - Reply

    I too have been scammed by Giselle (Goes by Emily Aanenson, claims you be in forced porn until she pays her website owner $2000 then they will let her go. She has magnificent stories with a friend named Jade who pops in and out of conversations. I will be providing the three cell numbers and email addresses. The amazing thing about this woman (scammer) is that I sent her a shirt from a recent trip to an address in Georgia and she sent me a picture of her wearing it – as Giselle who claims her name is Emily changed from Tiffany Bastow now to hide her identity.

  13. Brad Welch December 1, 2019 at 10:55 pm - Reply

    I have been in contact with a girl named “Caroline Nora Palmer” also using Gisele photo. I have face times her several times and each time it is the same girl pictured Gisele. I have tried to find info on Ms. Palmer but cant find anything. She reached out to me on Google Hangouts several months back and has continued to message me every day since . Like a fool I have sent her money a few times…nothing huge a $25 Google play card here and there but recently she told me a story about some gold bars her late father left her and has been trying to get me to send her $1000 which my broke ass don’t have to send anyway. She claims to be from Ghana South Africa and her voice sounds like African accent. The story is almost identical to one I read above in comments. I was instantly confused about her because her hangouts name is Nora Kind and the email she gave me also is Nora Kind but she said her name was Nora Palmer. Anyway I started seeing Gisele pics online and she told me that she used to be a webcam model but quit. If anyone has info that might help please let me know asap. My name is Brad my email is, and my cell # is 9316754779

    • The only info you need right now Brad is that you are being scammed. The ex-porn star/webcam girl is an incredibly common scammer pitch. Accept that this is a scam, then report the scammer, block her, and move along. There is nothing else for you to do.

  14. Anonymous October 29, 2018 at 5:51 am - Reply

    I have seen her picture all over the internet on different sites. All the pictures you have on top of this page I have seen them before, plus a lot more, A LOT MORE!!! Love Gisele, Got Gisele, XO Gisele. I found a site that said her real name is Tiffany Bastow and is from Texas. I have been talking to someone that go’s by the name of Hailey —–. She said she is in Ibadan or Logos , Nigeria taking care of her grand mother ( granny ) We did talk on Face Book but they keep taking down her page. The last time we talked it was on messenger, I haven’t talked to her in about two or three weeks now. She said that her mother and father were killed in a car accident. Now it’s just her and her grand mother ( granny ) She said that she had some money coming from the estate of her mother and father. She needed my account info so she could get her money. RED FLAG! So that didn’t happen.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team October 29, 2018 at 8:33 am - Reply

      They keep taking down her Facebook pages because anti-scam armies are after scammers and report them. But did you send her any money?

  15. James Kreider May 1, 2018 at 3:44 am - Reply

    I am texting with Milly Osman. She claims this was her Porn name. Everything was supposedly scripted. She has not tried to scam me. But nothing shows up with the name Milly Osman. I wish I had a way of finding out who this person is

  16. Dwight April 18, 2018 at 12:57 pm - Reply

    Jane Banks Brown is the name of the girl who’s been trying to scam me for a couple of months now. She uses these same photos for herself. Claims to be out of Portland, Oregon and is a sole recipient of her late fathers estate worth $472,000,000 but is tied up in Egyptian accounts as her father had businesses in Egypt and Nigeria as an oil company owner.

    She’s a sweet talker and pretends her phone doesn’t work for video chat or snapchat and it also has poor cell reception. She claims to be a makeup artist and wants money to build her business and is searching for a suitable, mature man to be her husband and fiduciary of her family money.

    After a while will send nudes and very attractive photos of the girl pictured here. She’s very persistent and will pretend she’s calling but there is no answer when you pick up. If you call her number she will not answer and you get a Google voicemail recording. She initially hit me up for about $200 to help her daughter (living in Iowa in a private school) as her daughter needed funds quickly and Jane couldn’t make it to the bank that day, she was “too busy”. She also asked me to send her my credit card information so she could “transfer money into my account”, but would not let me give her just the account number and payment address, she wanted my login to my credit card company and also a photo of my credit card, to which I said no, cannot do that.

    She often will fire back info quickly and then leave you for hours or days before hearing from her again. She claims she’s not on Facebook but she found me on Facebook, but she actually found me on Instagram. Don’t believe a word she/he/it says!!

  17. Mike Manning January 7, 2016 at 7:08 am - Reply with xo Gisele picture frauds me out of about $3500. Uses her pictures, claims she now lives in RI. claims to be Monroe Lee. Says she is traveling with a boy named Fred James. Says she lives in Indiana. She frauds men out of money claiming all sorts of problems, uses telephone number of 830-351-6858.

    Briana Lee claims here aka is Becky Kampman, living in Illinois. Can’t hold a job. Says her ex-boyfriend stole her IDENITY. Uses email address

    • Allen Fisk August 1, 2016 at 10:09 pm - Reply

      I was for the last ten months writing to a woman who claimed to be XoGisele, Got Gisele , Love Gisele, etc. She introduced herself as lorena carl and soon changed it to carl lorena claiming Facebook kept closing her page because of someone stealing her photos and information. Soon i found out through a little searching that she was hiding something and always said here past was her past. We talked on the phone a couple times . I found that if you right click on a picture in google it will actually tell every person that has used that particular photo including the original person. I have never found one yet of Carl Lorena or Lorena Carl except On facebook. there are a couple thing that made me real suspicious but the biggest one was to ask a working man supporting a daughter on his own to send you money when you you are a Porn / Adult Model or Cam girl. Anyway for the most part almost everyday i look at some of the following Dating sites like Cougar-Hookup, Cutehookup,CheatingHookup, XDating,, Plenty of Fish, for just a few. almost every ad has a text number and different name like Yssabella Sweet, Gisele Smith, Gisele Martin, and other such names with phonme numbers i have even found her pic in ads for escort services in various cities and counties like Serbia, UK , Cancoon, India, I’ve even seen her listed as an Escort Police. Here are two numbers i have for her personaly (208)768-8671 and (407)504-2635. she will befriend you and ask to open a bank account of sorts especially through Charles Schwab or Discover claiming she is on a check list and needs to have her modeling payments sent to you and you send them to her. Uses

      • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team August 2, 2016 at 2:22 am - Reply

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    • KEITH July 16, 2017 at 9:28 pm - Reply

      Corresponding with this person for a couple of months , send one money wire for a small amount, she said she need help for food

      Name she was using
      Lydia Stella Akoto

      In Ghana Accra
      Picked up the wire money

      Sent me a picture , saying it was from a African lawyers office , about a fathers inheritance for her, and needed for us to be married asap, and the lawyer could arrange the paperwork for a fee of $2,500.

      She then provided a secret picture of bars of gold .

      I stop communicating them , about a month later she or they reached out again, this time ride with me would passport and visa photos for

      Lydia Stella Akoto

      It look legitimate real , passport, I arranged for a Airline flight from Ghana to U.S.

      But then she needed me to send $495 for medical expenses document expenses , I told her she would have to figure a way to get that.

      Needless to say that ended our correspondence again I have not heard from her since.

      It is the same as the above pictures, but I may have some new pictures

      • jon June 30, 2019 at 5:38 pm - Reply

        Hi yeah i was cobtacted by someone with her picture. Claims she is now in Ghana goes by Ajijah . lost aboyt 100 to this until i searched image. Confronted her and she admitted to being porn star but had quit. Sent lots of pics nudes and videos. Found all on net.

  18. Res Smith January 2, 2016 at 7:05 am - Reply

    I’m trying to find out about someone In Ghana Africa that lives in tamale I know she has pulled scams in the past but she says she does not do that no more her picture is all over the internet she is famous lol but anyway I told her I would not send or no money the only way I would bring her here is if I went there and met her at the airport and brought her back she said there was no problem with that I’m just wondering if this is another scam she said she had as married in her country I told her it would be okay I thought it might help her to get her passport easier I’m talking to another girl there also she says she is a Red Cross workers and we’ll be coming back the 27th of this month I was not looking to find both of them but I thought I might get lucky and end up with one out of the bunch I’m getting to where I do not trust no one on the Internet

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