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This one goes by the name Osai Williams of Accra Ghana, falls in love in 1-2 emails likes Instant Messaging, wants money for visa, passport, travel. Also has numerous medical situations for her and mom that needs money for, also asks for $ for foodstuff and wants gifts, cell phones, Ipods Perfumes ect....Does she sound like a scammer??


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2013-08-22, 17:51:32
Miss Marple from United States  
Reposted your posting as the page was screwed up a bit...
All kind regards//Miss Marple//

2013-08-22, 04:25:16
anonymous from United States
Haaa, she ain't in Ghana and I doubt her name is Grace.

i didnt say this person was or that her name was grace.. the person pretending to be her is in ghana but her name could be grace.. but i do know there are more pictures of this woman some where then what is just hrere or the indian porn site.. im not perv and i dont want to see them i just want to see the womans face.. and to know.. to compare it with the person i saw in the video to see how closely they look alike.. and to do my own research and add some to one of my websites about these sickos.. but i was wondering too..
that if a person who is a scammer might actually begin to fall inlove with the victim
.. it IS possible.. but not too likely that they could not want to scam the person that they have been conversing with for so long.. but that is just a possibility.. not saying it does happen but that it is possible it could.. IF the scammer is a real person and IF they want to stop being a scammer
2013-08-22, 22:18:42
Miss Marple from United States  

but i was wondering too..
that if a person who is a scammer might actually begin to fall inlove with the victim
.. it IS possible.. but not too likely that they could not want to scam the person that they have been conversing with for so long.. but that is just a possibility.. not saying it does happen but that it is possible it could.. IF the scammer is a real person and IF they want to stop being a scammer


Yes that have happened but what actually can happen the scammer confesses his crimes and goes into round 2 in the scam and asks you to meet for real ,read below.

http://www.romances..gers.html

Scammers will not stop until you make them stop. When a scammer confesses they are a scammer and they fell in love with you; this another part of the scam. What usually happens is you get sucked right back into it and worse the second time. They will convince you to visit them in Nigeria. You will lose more money, if you consider visiting and even your life. We are dealing with one victim who is being held in Nigeria against her will and her child is the leverage to keep her there. She is scamming now, and could lose her life. The FBI warned us a couple years ago, if they (victims) go over they will be dragged into the scamming business and are in danger...and its true.

So to answer your question yes its dangerous. To understand these scams you need to read the stories from other victims, and to read about these scams. These scammers will not stop, this is a business and very big one that is associated with terrorism.


http://www.nairalan..ip-scammer
2013-08-22, 22:57:36
Bax from United States  
Nice Addition Miss Marple, very terrifying for anyone to encounter such crap!

Oh, thanks for the edit, I've seen some of my pages mis-aligned as they enter.
LOL... Some sure do structure professionally, like a cover sheet, Beautiful...
TYVM Delphi!
2013-08-22, 23:22:56
Miss Marple from United States  
It is lots of psychology in this when it comes to scams and the victims trauma ,the Stockholm syndrome has been seen in scam victims (victim falls in love with the abductor) ,but this is the reverse where the abductor feels sympathy for the victim ) The Lima Syndrome
http://en.wikipedia.._syndrome
http://tropes.wikia.._Syndrome
http://www.romances..83&t=47544
2013-08-23, 01:35:46
anonymous from United Kingdom  
Millicent Nash
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Dating scammer Osai Williams from Ghana



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2013-08-23, 01:43:22
anonymous from United Kingdom  
Millicent Nash. Any one met her
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2013-08-23, 03:21:47
anonymous  
Yep, I know here as porn girl 'Kayla' and you can view her action below.

www.imagefap.com/pictures/.../Chubby-brunette-in-panties‎

Chubby brunette in panties porn pics - Imagefap.com. The ultimate social porn pics site.


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2013-08-23, 05:32:13
anonymous from United States  
ok.. i wasnt sure about that part but thank youi dont know why people waiste thier time with them and keep after them TYHINKING they are real when its obviosly a hoax and anyone can tell except the person whos being vitimized but thats because the victim does not want to know that ... anyway some times it is hard to let these things go once a person has been sucked into it
2013-08-23, 05:34:19
anonymous from United States  
this one is not too awfully atractive is she
2013-08-23, 08:29:51
Miss Marple from United States  
RE:2013-08-23, 05:32:13
anonymous from United States

The denial is the big part in the scam ,the victim simply refuses to believe that they are scammed. Yes it can be very hard to let go for some victims who are really badly scammed.They do not want to believe they are scammed even if friends and family tries to tell it is a scam .It can unfortunately have devastating outcomes as ruined financials .I met some victims here on this site that has filed bankruptcy ,they have been so ruined that they have lost everything they own and had.

Scammers are very manipulative to people and threats from the scammer can cause enough trauma to victims to send even more money to the scammer . People who have not met a scammer cannot possibly understand how this can occur . Scammers prays on peoples loneliness and vulnerability . There are not really and specific group among the scam victims who only gets scammed. Everyone who is available online today are targets.You have to know it is not only people on the dating sites that gets scammed.Romance scams are just a small part of the scams online today ,but still the very same scammers behind them as credit card scams,charity scams ,lottery scams ,puppy scams ,reshipping scams,recovery scams these are all a variation on the 419 scams .

So be careful out there and do not give out any personal information as Home address,phone number,SSN ,credit card information .Be careful with to even give out email addresses to people you do not feel comfortable with. And finally do not send money to any strangers online even if it is only 50 Dollars .
2013-08-23, 08:36:13
Miss Marple from United States  
RE:2013-08-23, 01:35:46
anonymous from United Kingdom
Photos on Kayla used in scams:
http://www.romances..1&t=49869

http://badoo.com/es..42/p409549


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2013-08-23, 20:43:12
anonymous from United States  
This bunch of scammers have given me 5 different user names for this person! This was Wendy.



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2013-08-24, 00:10:15
anonymous  
Hey Y'all anyone know this women goes by the name of Lora Koffle; says she is a missionary in Nigeria. Also goes by Soura Loura on facebook.


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2013-08-24, 08:16:53
anonymous from United States  
Look here and you'll find your girl's pix on Twitter under a different name...

Brittany Hoover (Brittany_Hoover) on Twitter

https://twitter.com/Brittany_Hoover‎

The latest from Brittany Hoover (@Brittany_Hoover). Storm Chaser, Meteorology Student, and River Rat. Old River-Winfree, Texas.
2013-08-24, 11:29:19
Bax from United States  
She's a Wild-One!

Bleached out hair and buck-teeth, with those big 'Bizniz Only!' glasses on her nose.
Some SERIOUS studies going on! Showing all that clevage in a low-cut top.
Chasing after tornados in that little ol' truck... LOL!!

This has got to be; The REAL Intern Weather Girl!... LOL!! Not the scammer!!!
http://tinyurl.com/kfpsre7


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