I was scammed by Sharif Mohammed. That's why i posted her pictures. At first I contacted her on singlesnet.com and after a few times after chatting with her she professed her love for me. She then asked me to send her twenty dollars for a phone calling card. She wanted to hear my voice. When i spoke to her her voice was deep like an OLDER woman's voice. Not like the 30 year old she was saying she was. She then told me that she loved me and wanted to be with me but that her passport was out of date and to send to send her $250 to update it. She said she wanted to come to the United States to be with me and that the Ghananian embassy would pay for her apartment here. She started calling me her husband and proclaimed her undying love for me. Naturally she asked for more money, $750 for a plane ticket to the United States, and I sent it like a dutiful puppy. Before I knew it she was saying that for her to come to the United States, her mother had asked me to send $600 for Sharif to be married to me in a 'traditional marriage' in Ghana and that she would come the next day to the United States to be with me. Somewhere along the way I sent her an extra $400 dollars because she said she was involved in an 'accident' and had used part of the money I sent for the plane ticket on medical expenses. After we were 'married' she then said that the guy at the embassy who was setting up the plane ticket and apartment in the United States for us was then asking for $2000 more. That's when I knew for sure I was being scammed and I contacted my cousin to check her out. He did a google search on her passport number, and sure enough it led him and me to this site. To my amazement i found other women on this site with exactly the same passport numbers on theirs as Sharif's passport. And that is the end of my sad sad story. I only hope to catch her someday and save another sucker from the same indignity I suffered. Good luck to all you lonely guys out there.
anonymous from Germany
hi meine email email@example.com
anonymous from United States
Well, she got you for $2020 actually.
Either way yours is a cautionary tale