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SCARS™ Example Fake Profile: Rita William From Cote d’Ivoire / Ivory Coast
This Ivory Coast Scammer Is Over 7ft Tall!
With newer or low-level scammers they are poor at dealing with the different measurement systems. So wild sizes and weights give them away.
This scammer is using stolen photos of an Eastern European Webcam Girl that goes by the name: LovelyMary4u »
This Romance Website Scammer Is:
Rita William (26 years)
ABIDJAN the Capital city of COTE D’IVORE / Ivory Coast
The Scammer’s Details Are:
Do you drink? No Do you smoke? No Do you do drugs? No Religion: Christian How tall are you? 7’7″ (231.14 cm.) How much do you weigh? 294 lbs. (133 kg.) Do you like pets? No Do you wear glasses? No Do you daydream a lot? No What kind of student are you? A Do you read a newspaper daily? No What is your ethnicity? Asian What other languages can you speak? German Do you have a car? No Do you have a motorcycle? No Ever been to Paris? No Ever been to Miami? No Have any piercings? No Any tattoos? Yes Do you use Facebook or Twitter?No Do you normally start conversations with people or do you let them start conversations with you? I start the conversation How many times did you go out per week last year on average? 5-7 How many relationships have you been in? 9-18 About many times did you exercise per week last year? 4-6 How many hours of volunteer work did you do last year? 21-50 How many books did you read last year? 5-10
The Scammer’s Written Description Is:
I am Rita William (26 years) the only surviving child of late Dr. Raymond William. I am in possesion of some documents covering the deposit of US$5. Million (Five million dollars) which my late father deposited in one of the bank in ABIDJAN the Capital city of COTE D’IVORE . I have verified the transaction with the bank here and it’s authencity is clear. This fund is of no criminal origin as it was realised from sales of the alluvial gold dust.
In a brief introduction,
I am Rita William (26 years) the only surviving child of late Dr. Raymond William. I am in possesion of some documents covering the deposit of US$5. Million (Five million dollars) which my late father deposited in one of the bank in ABIDJAN the Capital city of COTE D’IVORE .
I have verified the transaction with the bank here and it’s authencity is clear. This fund is of no criminal origin as it was realised from sales of the alluvial gold dust.
I am soliciting for your kind assistance in retrieving and claiming this fund from the bank here as my father’s business associate and have it transferred to your account in your country for investment. You will also serve as the guardian to this fund as i’m not at all knowledgeable in the international business world. I will give you further details as soon as I hear from you, and we will discuss terms and percentage subsequently but you must treat as highly confidentail.
I await for your response.you can email me at (email@example.com )
A SCARS Division
Miami Florida U.S.A.
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