DON'T SEND ANY MONEY, DOES SHE LOOK LIKE SHE IS IN AFRICA, THAT LOOKS MORE LIKE A STUDIO PORTRAIT, WHOEVER IS USING THIS PICTURE IS A SCAMMER, AND ASKING YOU FOR MONEY, NO DOUBT ABOUT IT SCAMMER>SCAMMER>SCAMMER
I talked to one over there for 6 months and the pictures she sent me finally showed up on here, SCAMMER
READ THESE PAGES IN HERE MAN, DO YOU SEE ANY, ( we lived happily ever after stories in here )
100% SCAM FROM AFRICA
anonymous from United States
An Australian farmer held hostage in Mali for 12 days by a gang of men who had posed as an online love interest has urged others to be careful when seeking romance on the Internet.
traveled to the West African nation last month to meet his supposed bride, whom he had met on the Internet, and collect a dowry of gold bars worth $85,000
But when he arrived, the wheat and sheep farmer was abducted by a gang of armed bandits who bound him, beat him with a machete and stole his cash and credit cards.
Gregor, who returned to his home state of South Australia with a police escort late Sunday, said the men told him they would hack his limbs off with a machete unless he paid them a $85,000 ransom.
The scam was stopped when Australian and Malian police, alerted by Gregor's family in Australia, tricked the kidnappers into taking Gregor to the Canadian Embassy to collect the ransom money.
Australian Federal Police said in a statement that Gregor's case was an 'extreme example' of what can happen to people who succumb to Internet scams, and warned Australians to protect themselves.
Speaking to reporters, Gregor said he was met at the airport in Mali by a well-dressed man and had no indication that anything was amiss until he was led into a room where two men with a machete and a homemade pistol began demanding money.
It's hard to explain what I thought,' he said. 'I basically was wondering what the hell was going on and then they started demanding money — then I knew things were serious.'
Gregor said he had learned his lesson and urged others to be careful when looking for love online.
'I reckon another couple of days and I wouldn't have returned,' he said. 'Just be careful — make sure you check everything out 100 percent.'
I do not know if this is a scammer.....Does anyone recognize this lady.
Goes by the name of Mary
goes by firstname.lastname@example.org
mary (Accra, Ghana)
Subject: RE: United States
Date: 01/07/08 12:48AM
Message: hello, nice to hear that , do you have any mail address or messenger that perhaps we could use as a means of communication besides ehamony? would be glad to have it so we could exchange more pictures of each ot.
Date: 01/05/08 08:39AM
Message: hello ,
how are you doing, i am soo happy we are able to reach up to this far, and i do hope we move further from this stage and et to know each other well.
bye and take care hoping to hear from you soonest.
She is white and yes I have seen that name before, i think it was on easyfindadate.com, she/he is a scammer from ghana, don't believe her/his bullshit. She/he will eventually ask for money.
Look at the picture does that car look like it is in ghana, check out some websites for ghana and look at their cars.
That pic is either from Canada or the USA
anonymous from United States
This is one from Accra Ghana too I believe. She goes by email@example.com She said her name is Regina Walker It doesn't take here one day to ask for money and tell you she is in love with you and wants money to get a passport and visa to come marry you. Be very careful with her This image was also posted here: Dating scammer Regina Walker