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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??
Hello Anonymous from the US 2009 - 04 - 01 10:20:54
Please tell me you figured out your being scammed.
She is the same scammer that got me & many others. Same bull shit story about
being a ex - model. The truth is she really is a he. The only time you connected with
a woman was when you phoned. You mentioned the voice didn't match.
Thats because the photo's are stolen. When you call they have a friend or relative
do the talking. Never send money to anyone no matter what the reason is.
No way in hell does she / he Love You. Only your money.
As for the use of Religion that is a part of the scam also.
Please end this now. Never tell your scammer where you got your information from.
They already check this site as is. Also never put your e mail address on here.
Not unless you want every scammer in the World to contact you.
When you end it with the scammer be prepared to be told every lie under the sun.
They don't give up easy. Plus after the break up be ready to be contacted again
by them using different name and photo. You also did not say where she is from ?
Let me guess Accra Ghana right ? There are absolutely no woman in Ghana black or
white looking for Love. You cannot believe anyone from Ghana, Nigeria, or most of
Africa. In your case you are hooked up with a scammer no matter where she / he is
from. I hope for your sake you have ended it already. If not then read more about
this very scammer by looking back on this thread. You will find the same exact story
as yours many times over. They use fake names and stolen photo's.
These scammers are very good at manipulating your feelings do not fall for that.
Kind Regards Agent 86 Maxwell Smart \\'^o^'//
THE WORLD MUST KEEP AN EYE FOR SAMBOFATIMA BORN 1985-02-18.SHE IS A REAL CON LADY PROBABLY WORKING WITH NIGERIAN CON MEN BASED IN ACCRA,SHE WILL SOMETIMES SAY SHE IS A STUDENT AT LEGON AND SOMETIMES A CHEMIST,SHE WILL BE BEGGING FOR MONEY TO HELP TREAT HER MOTHER SHE HAS MULTIPLE ''DISEASES'
She is very plausible, patient and very 'sincere', but she is a dangerous scammer, she is an ATK exotics model which she never enied, but said she had to survive until she could find s true lover who would give her a new life.
She goes by the name of Nana or Nyemyeke Ossei.
I demanded all documentation - which as far as I could tell was genuine, I even contacted the British Embassy in Ghana... all seemed to be fine. however, just before she eas due to leave for her new life in the UK, her uncle died suddenly, she was obliged to stay behind and attend to his funeral and sell the house which she had inherited... needless to say she asked for money to bury the uncle, when I refused she said he was in the public morgue and she had to keep finding money whils he remained there.
She kept saying that she had a potential buyer for the house... but the deals kept falling through, then the e mails and chat contacts slowly but surely stopped ... sshe took me to the cleaners over some 9 months 'relationship.' I took every precaution, questioned anything which seemed suspicious ... but she still succedded, I'm sure with accomplices to scam me.
You have been warned!
anonymous from United Kingdom
This one is already listed, but she simply 'oozes' sincerity and desire for a new life; it is very difficult to ignore her 'innocence', as she always seems to be the victim of evil uncles, unscrupulous friends etc.
SHE IS LOVELY, BUT SHE WILL COST YOU, BE WARNED. THESE GHANAIAN SCAMMERS REALLY WANT STOPPING. WE GUYS ALWAYS THINK THAT THERE MUST BE SOME GENUINE AND NEEDY ONES WHO DO WANT A NEW LIFE, INSTEAD OF SCAMMING FOR A LIVING.
anonymous from United Kingdom
Her name is Melanie Tawiah, she made contact with me about 3 years ago, it was the first contact that I had received from a Ghanaian. I was surprised. Her English was quite good and she wrote long letters explaining her lonely existence and her need for a loving man. When I mentioned immediatly that I was old enough to be her father, I received what I now know to be a 'stock answer' - 'Age is just a number'
It started with a request for a mobile phone, which I sent to her, it was a spare one, however it did not work in Ghana, it was locked, then her computer failed and she asked me could I send her a laptop, again I complied... she was thrilled, we could now communicate so much better than in the internet cafe.
Finally there came the first request for a 'top up' for her declaration money. she had her passport, visa and medical. Dear oh dear, she was mugged and taken to hospital ... the money was gone ... 'what can we do now darling, I hate to ask for more, but all our plans are shattered now' ... the end of a salutary experience!