Annabelle Angel – Another Favorite Of Romance Scammers

Another Stolen Identity Used To Scam Men:
Annabelle Angel

Stolen Photos Appear In Billions Of Fake Profiles On Social Media And Dating Websites

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Annabelle Angel Impersonation Victim Gallery

This Stolen Identity: Annabelle Angel

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

You Have Probably Seen Her Photos Before!

Her name is Annabelle Angel and she is an Adult Video Star & Model

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

Annabelle Angel Is Another Scammers Choice Award Winner

Of course, you don’t really know Annabelle Angel, 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 Annabelle Angel’s face for the next time you see her!

Here is a gallery of Annabelle Angel’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. David May March 11, 2023 at 11:40 am - Reply

    There is currently a scammer(s) as of March 2023 operating out of Grand Bassam on The Ivory Coast using her photos. There appears to be a similar looking person that uses the name Zertuir Tuizer on Facebook. They’re also on WhatsApp using the number +225 0151096985. Very clever. If you encounter them, block them immediately.

    • David May March 11, 2023 at 11:45 am - Reply

      As an addendum to my last comment, she uses the name Sarah Carrington, claims to have grown up in Cleveland, to be 39 years of age and has a mother and sister. Mother is supposedly ill and father died in a car crash when she was 14. Is this ringing any bells?

  2. Darren October 25, 2022 at 11:29 pm - Reply

    She is now going by the name Jenny Bas, claiming to live in Arizona with her uncle. She is asking for $6000 to release gold that her late father has left her

    • SCARS Editorial Team October 26, 2022 at 4:53 pm - Reply

      Darren, do you understand that it is NOT “SHE” – scammers are using her stolen photos. A team of scammers is typically working each victim. There is NO SHE, there is only THEY!

  3. JERZY October 14, 2022 at 9:34 am - Reply

    ona mówi ze mieszka w Grenoble ze ma fabryke czekilady w Abidjan Nie wierzcie w ani jedno słowo i nie posylajcie jej pieniedzy To profesjonalny oszust psycholpgia i natrectwo i mamipukacja to jej specjalnosc

  4. M T June 5, 2022 at 4:40 pm - Reply

    Sarah Dupraz. Friendly reach out on twitter. living in Amiens, France. Story about father dying in a car crash. Mother hated her. Had no friends except on in Canada. Very friendly. Open. All about being trustworthy, sincere, etc… She was an interior designer who worked under occasional contract. I engaged in conversation just to do so. I have worked at a internet security firm so I was of course suspicious. Sent two photos like at night I could not find her googling using many different sources (free ones. Didn’t pay to search). I could not find her. Of course there was a limited instagram account with a photo from a South Philly Cheese stack mall restaurant. After a couple of days, she aked me to be her godfather and her birthday was coming up. Her twitter profile pointed to a birthday earlier this year… And then she asked for money because she had no money, no food, etc. I said no. I already had established that I didn’t trust those scenarious. of course, she got mad because I didn’t trust her. :). I saw on her twitter a poster who had responded to someone else earlier this year that it was a scam. I reached out to this person who confirmed his story. Again, I was more interested in actually proving it. She did a brief video call borring a cam from a neighbor that “didn’t have voice” and her phone didn’t apparently. Sigh. All i cared about was engaging in meaningful conversation. Sarah Dupraz. She is blocked. I am blocked.

  5. James green March 5, 2022 at 10:43 am - Reply

    Going under and by the name Karen Williams on Instagram. Meet though dating site. Milked a sad story about how her parents had died, living with her Aunty. Love me pretty much after talking for a week. Asked for money for airline ticket. I knew she was a scammer. I am twice her age

  6. Thomas kinda January 1, 2022 at 2:20 am - Reply

    Karen Williams on Instagram. Cops done an image search and later told us she was using Annabelle angels photos.

  7. Christer ERICSSON October 4, 2021 at 10:46 am - Reply

    Feels like there is a group working together. At last 4 of them is from Grand Bassam ivory coast

    • Martin Harris October 4, 2021 at 9:56 pm - Reply

      Yes, I also have someone from Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast calling herself SELENA UCHANI who is trying to scam me. The story as usual, Parents died in her childhood, no brothers and sisters and now taking care of her very sick grandmother, who needs urgent treatment. She needs 5.000 Euro. She uses very intelligent video trick. She calls you by video chat with face of Danielle (Annabelle Angel) with no sound, but playing a video (most probably from other phone), that you think its really Danielle. She send all kind of love assurances etc.. I also think, there is more than one person involved in this.

  8. barry December 1, 2020 at 11:42 pm - Reply

    She has just got in contact with me and called herself Ethel Gomez and gave me an address in the Philippines to send her money for a computer or laptop she needed as a student struggling financially.I google earthed the address,that normally lands me in the street outside the address and I can see the property but it could not locate the address,I refused to send the money and communication stopped,she has not contacted me,she even send me a identity card with the address and a picture on dated issued August 19th 2020.One picture she was holding a piece of paper with hello,my name and a heart,it was freshly taken,oh there is 2 of this girl,she has a twin,she also goes by the name Annabelle Angel but says her real name is Daniel,at the moment she is on site now scamming people,I was not fooled enough to part with money.

  9. Frank Buck April 22, 2020 at 12:21 pm - Reply

    Have a picture of a girl who might be Annabelle angel in the hospital can you verify please???

  10. Chriatian September 29, 2019 at 9:25 pm - Reply

    The one i was talking is using photos of Anabelle Angel and I asked to go I Skype and she ended up stealing a video of Anebelle having a smoke. We couldn’t talkes to each other. Later I calles her out and told her your not who you claimed to be your using Anabelle Angels photo and why.ahe says her left her a hertiage and he own fields. I did send her money since I never knew about this site…like 1700. Because she needed money to unblock like a 1.2million. In the contract her dad waa Sebastian Pelletier and she was the primary on the heritage. She calling herself Claudine Pelletier original lives in France and moved ro Normandin Quebec and she now been thier for 2 months in Burkina Faso. After the confront ahe showed me a photo of her saying 30yrs and now rells me she also has a son living with her sick mother and twin sister. The pictures ahe said me ia also on the internet and dating sites. Oh and she writes to me in French. I had one quick phone conversation and her English is really bad. She ia asking me for money but thia time 8 never send money. She telling me she will pay back after the heritage is unlock and come and meet here in Ontario. I think she is full of BS. I have pictures of her and not using Anebelle Angels. But probably stole pistures of someone else.

  11. R. Obert September 15, 2019 at 4:23 pm - Reply

    She continues to operate un french claiming to be in france. Wants to come live with the me i created for her if i pay her expenses ti get here as well as some others. Very beautiful woman. No wonder do many fall for their gimmickd

  12. christian cloutier September 2, 2019 at 9:16 pm - Reply

    She is writing me in French from Burkina Faso as well.

  13. Mike Hock April 20, 2019 at 11:59 am - Reply

    Now called Natacha Prisca, living in Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast. Tried to contact me on Instagram so I asked for a video clip using my name, & asking how I am.
    Got to feel for the model who’s identity they use.

  14. Edward Joseph Sisson March 12, 2019 at 3:32 pm - Reply

    Met the same picture on facebook. kept begging for money but i knew it had to be a scam. A beautiful woman doesnt need an old guy like me. She went by the name of Ethil Benz.. I wish i had found out about this site eariler. Now the pic girl is using an American US passport showing she was borned in New York City. Living in Daytona Beach Fl.
    And is going to sell property in Ghana and we will be rich. So watch out for this group of people.

  15. james r watkins February 11, 2019 at 8:08 pm - Reply

    Yes, someone has contacted me from Burkina Faso using these photos. I have strung her along as long as I could. Since I am retired, I feel that time spent talking to me who knows she is trying to scam me means that she isn’t talking to someone else that doesn’t know she is a scammer. I am now going to end it tonight. guys, you need to be aware of these women. They will take your hard earned money if you let them.

    • Sorry but that is not really true. A team of scammers can work on from 40 to 100 victims at the SAME TIME. You are not preventing them from hurting anyone. By continuing to give them access to you, you are also giving them access to everyone you are connected to. Scam baiting is not useful and it is ethically wrong. Report the scammer then block them completely. Then move on with your life by stop talking with strangers online.

  16. Tim Smith January 23, 2019 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    Any one have had the same problem but with a Gina Bass who claims to live in North Carolina.

  17. Daniel coleman August 28, 2018 at 11:36 pm - Reply

    Yes I’m being scamed by her now !!!
    She will be contacting me later today for sure !!
    Tonight around 9 pm Hawaii time what do I do
    I have sent her $ !! She will want more and already three toned to black male me with some
    Maury photos I sent her back after she sent me some of the photos is see here !!! Omg what do I do to prevent her from. Posting the photos ???? Help !!!!! Dan

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team August 29, 2018 at 1:07 am - Reply

      First step is to block “her” completely. If she cannot reach you the blackmail threat has no value. You can download “HIYA” for your block to block her numbers. Then report her to your local police,, and the FBI. Lock down your profile and friends on Facebook, and send everyone an alert that some scammer online is blackmailing you and threatening to photoshop some photos – they will believe you if the photos every surface.

  18. Darrel September 22, 2017 at 12:53 pm - Reply

    She now says to me that she is in Burkina Faso and has a five year old daughter who is sick and she wants me to pay the bill of $840 dollars.

    • Christer Ericsson October 4, 2021 at 6:17 am - Reply

      Ive been scammed by Lynda Bellon, Ivory Coast. Fb. I scared Sarah dupraz away on Twitter. Martine Labiche. Scared her away with Angela films.There is also a Yasmin on Twitter. Angelina dubois on Twitter with no action. There is a male, Rolande Fallour, that use to have Angelas picture. Dont now if Lynda and Martine is coperating. Both used stories with dead parents, take care of grandmother in ivory Coast. Sarah Dupraz same story but g-m im Mali. The 3 of them history from france…

      • SCARS Editorial Team October 4, 2021 at 8:32 am - Reply

        We are sorry but they just blocked you. Scamming is big business, they are not afraid of being exposed – it really does nothing. However, real efforts are producing results – 111,000 scammers were arrested in 2019, and latest estimates show over 80,000 arrests in 2020. We expect another record year this year.
        Confronting criminals is never advisable. Turn away and focus on your own recovery. Look in our section on scam victim recovery for more information.

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