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Scammer Grammar™ Example: Scammer Joyce Ann
The African Scammers Don’t Really Understand Americans – So They Keep Making The Same Mistakes, Over And Over!
Of course, we don’t want to tell them all the details, but you’ll get the idea if you read the posts. Yet, ironically, and sadly Americans keep falling for this.
Scammer Grammar and other clues are highlighted in BLUE
Single and looking Age: 33 Gender: Female Orientation: Heterosexual Country: United States Location: Saint Louis, MO Height: 5 ft. 7 in. Body Type: Average Ethnicity: Other Hair Color: Blonde hair Eye Color: Hazel Religion: Christian – Other Astrological sign: Aries Level of Education: Graduate degree Occupation: Healthcare Practitioner and Technician Income: $50k to $75k Smoking: Non-smoker & don’t mind smokers Drinking: Don’t Drink Relationship Status: Never Married Have Children: No Want Children: Yes Looking to meet a: Male Age: 28 to 38 Relationship Desired: I’ll tell you later Last Visit: Today
Other ethnicity with blonde hair!
Her profile text:
I am a complete optimist, I prefer to be in good mood, no matter what! I have many hobbies and interests and I enjoy sports. I am a very jolly person and have a lot of friends.I am looking for a man who will share my interests and hobbies. It would be great if he has a great sense of humor and knows what he wants from life. He should be honest, reliable and interesting. I like to be active: I like to travel, so I would prefer to meet someone who would do everything together with me. and you ? what are you looking for here ? if we get to know better , would you like us to give tool to talk ?
An example of a profile written by two different people. Probably stolen from someone else, then modified.
Her initial message:
What a wonderful profile and so attractive to me, we
seem to have many things in common.you sounded sweet
and it was nice reading it.when i joined this place i
never expected to meet a man of your type, If you like
my profile perhaps you respond Or write back at me on
my private E- mail address [email protected]
and I will tell you more of myself and i will send you
some more pictures when i receive your email… I look
forward to hearing from you.
The excessive religious tone from the very beginning also gives a strong clue that they are African.
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