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RSN™ Fake Female Identity – Example Scammer Profile In Use: Nina Brown

 

Nina Brown ninabrown300@yahoo.com - stolen image for sure

Nina Brown [email protected] – stolen image for sure

Well?  Guess what?

Nina Brown
[email protected]

Her Profile Details:

kiss me and s ee stars love me and will give all to you
Age:31
Gender:Female
Orientation:Heterosexual
Country:United States
Location:Washington, DC
Height:5 ft. 8 in.
Body Type:Average
Ethnicity:White / Caucasian
Hair Color:Light Brown hair
Eye Color:Brown
Religion:Christian / Catholic
Astrological sign:Pisces
Level of Education:Some college
Occupation:Other
Income:I’ll tell you later
Smoking:Don’t smoke & can’t be around smokers
Drinking:Drink Socially / Occasionally
Relationship Status:Never Married
Have Children:No
Want Children:Undecided
Looking to meet a:Male Age: 40 to 79
Relationship Desired:serious relationship with marriage potential,
longterm partnership
Last Visit:Today

They really don’t understand what they do that is so obvious – look at the photo!

Her Profile Text:

I’m educated, kind and tolerant. My heart is full of love to nature and music. I like reading, cooking, gardening. I am family-oriented. I have an optimistic outlook, but I am alone. I hope to meet a man who needs my tenderness. I want to love and to be loved. I don’t smoke. If I could have just one wish, I would wish to wake up everyday to the sound of your breath on my neck, the warmth of your lips on my cheek, the touch of your fingers on my skin, and the feel of your heart beating with mine… Knowing that I could never find that feeling with anyone other than you………

I am not looking for a penpal, but relationship leading to marriage. I am looking a man definite, self-confident, responsible, intelligent, polite caring and considerate of others. Someone who wants to live in harmony in love and with respect for each other – mental compatible with me, mature a man who knows what he wants. “Age does not protect you from love, but love,to come extent, protects you from age”

Too well written – probably stolen from someone from Eastern Europe and just used by this scammer.  This is  the method of most African scammers, steal the profile from one, photos from another.

 

Nina Brown ninabrown300@yahoo.com - stolen image for sure

Nina Brown [email protected] – stolen image for sure

Her Initial Message:

Hello… i really like that pretty and lovely smile on
your face… that suites your picture and a perfect
blend with your profile… Can i know what is behind
that bright and lovely smile… I am Nina and i will 
like to know who a special man as you are..
I have seen and met great nice looking men, I have
also learner how I gaze at them but for once, and with
you only, I lost control of it. I would describe myself
as a professional with many sides. I am deeper than the
image I project and that I must adhere to in that
setting. I would spend a tremendous amount of time try
to explain the past and how it has forged me in to the
individual that I am. I am a philosopher at heart and
would spend my days analyzing, organizing,
understanding the universe and it’s complexities. I
would like to meet someone who- because of the myriad
of facets that makes us who we are- when we interact,
enhances us both. Life and shared moments/experiences
become more interesting. In short, we like being
together, life is more fun than there is.. my yahoo im
and email address is ([email protected])….Waiting
on your response so we can chat on yahoo or send email
to each other there since i don’t get on here often and
will be taking my profile off here because i have found
you…

Nina

Scammer Grammar – a mix of authors pasted together!

 

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Please remember that this is a fake identity that uses stolen photos and/or information from a real person.

Do Not Contact Him/Her – You Do Not Have A Relationship With Them!

They Do Not Want To Hear From Men or Women Who Have Fallen In Love With Their Face Or Details – This Is All Just A Fantasy!

The Real Person Is A Victim Also And Deserving Of His or Her Privacy And Respect

They Almost Always Already Know Their Identity Has Been Stolen And Used By Scammers Because Of All The Victims That Invade Their Privacy

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