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Name: jean able baker
Address: the only thing i know about this scammer is their telephone number in Nigeria it is as follows:
Other Comments: I was befriended by someone I thought was the woman of my dreams, jean baker, a supposedly 26 yr old girl from Tampa, Florida I have some photos of her supposing its her. I was a victim of a scam, but luckily I was ripped off for only $400 US when it came to send her money to Nigeria in Lagos, where she says she works as bookeeper for Julius Berger. She promised to meet me in New York to be with me for the holidays. We even spoke on the cell phone on several occasions, but the way she sounded on the phone did not sound like someone who was born in Florida, because she had something like a French foreign accent or someone of an accent native of the people of Nigeria. I was also deeply in love with this woman that I thought was Jane Able Baker, born Feb, 7th, 1987, but now I am not so sure what to make of her.
One time when I recieved a transaction from Western Union, baker IM me to remember always recieve the money @ W Un location, move to another location of W Un and then send the money to Nigeria . I did this nonsense for 3 months, until I decided to recieve and send money to send @the same time. Western Union fraud unit called me and asked me if I knew or met this person on line and have I ever visited or contacted this person in person. I told them the truth. Western stopped the transaction for the wiring overseas and I was told by them to pick up the money avaiable within 5 minutes. I did so with sadness , although I was 830 US dollars richer! To me it did not matter , because someone I was terriably in love with, turned out to be a scammer.
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2007-12-11, 23:49:02 (updated: )
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drod from United States
Looks like the surgeon put different size implants in. LMAO
email@example.com from Canada
I believe this person is now doing Rental Unit scams. They contacted me through the University of Waterloo Off Campus Housing website and told me they were going to send money for first and last months rent as well as for travel arrangements(she said she was from Buffalo,NY which is only two hours from where I live so it doesn't make sense to fly) and offered to pay me extra money to make arrangements. I noticed the email address was different in a few of her messages, and that some of them had been sent to multiple people.
Are you being scammed and this is your first visit here?