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RSN™ Fake Female Identity – Example Scammer Profile In Use: Terri Janet
Using Stolen Photos of Sweet Krissy Madison »
Well Another Day, Another Scammer
Her Profile Fictional Details:
seeking for serious realationship Age: 30 Gender: Female Orientation: Heterosexual Country: United States Location: Columbus, GA Height: 5 ft. 7 in. Body Type: Average Ethnicity: Asian Hair Color: Dark blonde hair Eye Color: Brown Religion: Christian / Catholic Astrological sign: Libra Level of Education: I’ll tell you later Occupation: I’ll tell you later Income: I’ll tell you later 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: 25 to 60 Relationship Desired: serious relationship with marriage potential Last Visit: Today
Note the physical details description. Asian with blonde hair, really? Look at the photo. They think we are such fools!
Her Profile Text:
Usually Stolen From Someone Else
I consider myself a sincere, loving, tender, thoughtful and happy lady who likes to share special time with my couple. I am confident in my life and trust that I will be find my lover soon here.I am a loving person, God-fearing, honest, sincere, sensitive and typically shy type but outgoing and funny, it depends to whom I?m with
She must really be “sincere” and “loving” – spamming keywords like this in a small paragraph is a sure sign of a spammer. Also notice the “I?m” is the sign of a non-English default language. Got to love Spammer Grammar!
Her Initial Message:
hi..you can meet me on my yahoo id so that we can have
a chat on there better…as email@example.com
Always worry when they want to get you on chat immediately.
Her Follow On Message:
kindly meet me on my yahoo id as
firstname.lastname@example.org,to have chat on there
Very much a hard-sell.
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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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