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Name: Nancy Milman
Address: po box 10540 Accra-north 00233 Ghana-West Africa Phone# 233 246 664 649
Other Comments: This woman is very very good at her job I even have been talking to her on the phone.... She is very patient and has some really good stories... She did make a mistake after 1 month of being in love and true to only me she slipped and clicked on my name when sending a response to someone else who's name started with a d like mine... Hell I'm still in love with her and I know it's a scam, Thanks.......Dave
Is there anyway to find the woman in the picture??? As I'm sure she would want to know that someone is using her photos for scamming people out of money???
anonymous from United Kingdom
Is it possible to find the woman in the photo??? I'm sure she would want to know that someone is using her photos to scam people out of money.
OJAS from United States
One possibility is create a JPEG file with only her face. Then use reverse image search with tineye, google etc.
Her face looks familiar on this site, already reported as being used by sacmmers. Even if the girl knows her pix are stolen, it's too late, she can't do much about it. That's why, a common advice repeatedly posted on this site is to watermark and copy-protect BEFORE uploading images to public domains!
Above posting reminds me of the old proverb “She's like a bad penny always turns up” describes the porn girl 'Julie Yuliana' in the picture. The following story appeared in the Miami New Times:
Miami Model Yuliana Avalos Sued Match.com for $1.5 Billion, BUT NOW SHE'S TAKING CRITICISM TOO !
Late last month, an ebony-haired Miami bikini model twice materialized on the cover of the New York Daily News. 'Match.con,' the first headline screamed beside a picture of Yuliana Avalos posing languidly in a brown bathing suit. The next day was even more salacious: 'Death Match,' the cover bellowed.
The story had it all — social relevance, sex appeal, and an evil corporation to hate. Avalos' tale was aggregated and re-reported across the nation, including in New Times. But new revelations are only now surfacing: For all of Avalos' allegations, she has a shady online history as well — and some people allege that she, in fact, sold her pictures to the very scam artists she's claiming exploited her.
Yes I am being Scammed as we speak By Nancy Milman she says she Is Sulemana Yussif ,and she started asking for money a week ago and I did send her 100 USD ,which I really don't care about and then it was 200 this week , oooh my internet got shut off, and I,m contacting you from a friends house, well she sent me a bunch of pics ,and then suspicion got the best of me , she wouldn't send me a full address and claims she had no phone , so I got on line and started looking for her and here she is,, Different closes ,but exact same room, all I had to do was look around the room in the pic,
Bax from United States
@ 2014-11-13, 12:19:31
NOTICE; Sun on her but not the kids?
No question! Her image is photo shopped into the pic!
anonymous friend, United States
Nearly ALL of the scammer contacts are young men who have found easy pickings by online fraud!
No other high income potential exists in their world, to give them immediate celebrity status.
The contacts are gangs of criminals and many are affiliated with international terrorism.
It is a serious problem, so don't be distracted by innocent photos of pretty women.
Any or all monies sent to them will be splurged and consumed on worldly self-evils.
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