Dwayne (Australia) Report N2 (added on October, 12, 2009) She goes by several names & has several people working with her all of which have links to Nigeria... Started off as wanting to be a friend, then lets meet up, I offered to buy the tickets, she supposedly could only get them in Ghana once she got visas, police checks etc and wanted money via Western Union.
Mark (Australia) Report N3 (added on September, 23, 2009) New African scammer. John (Australia) Report N4 (added on January, 29, 2010) I found her under this couver add. Alarm bells, she then sent me documents to arrange her travel, fake medical certificates, wrong hospital and address, fake Police Check and a forged passport in her name, born in Ghana 23/12/75, I had checked her when she first made contact and seen that she had a Canadian passport with a different photo and date of birth. I am not on RSVP and her profile apparently was removed from RSVP by management because of continued complaints.
Bo (Sweden) Report N3 (added on March, 23, 2007) This imposter is at again under the name of Evelyn Barnes at singlesnet living in Elkhart, Indiana and a e-mail address of [email protected]
She contacted Cupidbay and now this profile is shut down.She never asked directly for money but did hint about funds for travel one night on a chat line.Thats when I got suspecious and I came here and found her.He had convinced them that he was a diplomat and that a US marine general had fallen in love with them, causing one woman to pawn jewelry, empty her life savings, sell her car, and take out loans to help this general move to the UK. In 2011, the Internet Crime Complaint Center estimated that the online dating scamming “industry” was worth over million, but it’s likely much higher than that, due to the difficulty of making a good estimate.People are often ashamed to come forward and admit that they’ve been duped.