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Important Notice to Victims of Internet Fraud from the United States Department of Justice

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Tennessee is prosecuting numerous individuals in connection with an international fraud perpetrated, in part, through online dating websites.

If you have sent or been asked to send money to or on behalf of the following, you may be a victim in this case:

  • Alexander Duimont
  • Andrew “Andy” Jackson
  • Ayodeji Olumide Ojo
  • Babatunde Martins
  • Benard Okorhi
  • Brianna Lee
  • Brianna Morrison
  • Carolina Nkomo
  • Christian Hinds
  • Dana Brady
  • Daniel Elya
  • Daniel Roberts
  • Dennis Miah
  • Dr. Dennis Brown
  • James Dean
  • James “Jim” Roy
  • James Yorke
  • Javier Luis Ramos Alonso
  • Joey Hammond
  • Jon Bunyan
  • Marc Richards
  • Maxwell Peter
  • Olufolajimi (FJ) Abegunde
  • Peter Maxwell
  • Rob Phantom
  • Sandra Lin
  • Sherry Jupiter Martinez
  • Sual Derrell
  • Sumaila Hardi Wumpini
  • Tammy Dollan
  • Tammy Henry
  • Victor Daniel Fortune Okorhi

If you are a victim in this case, you have certain enforceable rights, including the right to notice of public court proceedings, the right to restitutionRestitution Restitution is where a court orders the defendant to give up his gains to the claimant (victim). It should be contrasted with Compensation, the law of loss-based recovery, in which a court orders the defendant to pay the claimant for their loss., and the right to be informed about the resolution of the case.

The FBI, Memphis Field Office, is investigating this, and other cases of internet fraud. If you believe you have been a victim in this case, please contact the FBI at 901-747-4300. To file other internet fraud complaints, please visit

Additional Contact Information:

Victim Witness Specialist
Desk: (901) 969-2949
Office: (901) 544-4231

Monday to Friday (Central Time)
8:30 am – 5:00 pm


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