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Dating scammer Telma 'Lovet' Anderson


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Name: Telma 'Lovet' Anderson


name: adekunle adedeji (Pastor Mack)
address,305, creek road
city: apapa
state: lagos
zipcode: 23401
phone: 2347030094199
country: Nigeria

Travel Agent: Thomas Travells
Idowu thomas
214 hawley cresent london

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Heres a summary. Her family died in a car accident, she was raised by her Grandma (Granny), who lives in the UK. She had terrible boyfriend a few years ago and doesn't trust men. She lived in california, but quit her deadend job and went back to the UK to get her Masters. Was intending to stay with her Granny, but she is out on mission work and didn't return back when she was supposed to. Pastor Mack, her family friend, heads out to Africa to find Granny. She gives him most of her money to aid the search. She then needs help for food and hotel while she waits for Pastor to return. She supposedly has a ticket to fly back to the US, but when she gets to the airport, her ticket is no longer valid and her passport is expired. Some travel agent at the airport holds her passport and she must renew her ticket through him. Of course she starts asking for western union. Have to send it through the Pastor, who happens to have an account in Nigeria. Meanwhile, the Pastor is also asking for help to find her granny. She asks you to call him so that you can help her maintain contact. He eventually finds Granny, but she has breast cancer and needs help right away. Both really play up their devotion to God, and that was probably the most distasteful aspect to me. So eventually you have both her and the 'Pastor' asking for money. She will love you to the end of time is the most used line. She was actually able to produce a fake flight confirmation e-mail, and starts asking for her with BTA, since she can't fly without it. We all know thats not true. While waiting for money, she is sleeping in the airport and chatting in cafe's. Neither her nor the 'Pastor' can type e-mails very well. They like to avoid questions, but do answer some of them. Overall they are pretty good at what they do, so becareful and do not get wrapped up into wanting to help them. I wouldn't be suprised if they didn't tend to target Christians. I ran across her on eharmony. Hope this helps if anyone else happens to run across this scam. Take care all.


2007-10-16, 22:34:56   (updated: )
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