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2007-06-09, 11:36:36
anonymous from United States  
i have been talking to a girl from pagadian city philippines her name is kim serino im not sure if she is a scammer but it seems so im thankful for your website
2007-06-09, 11:38:05
anonymous from United States  
not sure if shes a scammer names kim serino or kim baya serino from pagadion city philipiines


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2007-06-09, 11:39:40
gman4596@yahoo.com from San Leandro, United States  
is she scammer kim serino?


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2007-06-09, 14:48:17
anonymous from Belgium  
I suspect I am being scammed by a Beatrice DZIKUNU. Has anyone else heard or seen of this woman based in Ghana. She also goes by the name Beatrice QUATE. You can see her passport scan that she sent to me. I understand that all Ghanaian passports issued in Accra have a barcode, unlike other Ghanaian passports. Any knowledge of this woman would be gratefully recieved


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2007-06-09, 15:16:49
anonymous from United States  
iam from the us i comunicate with l 30 year young lady from ghana who are you BobbyArmstrong@netscape.com she is fromAccra-Ghana00233
2007-06-10, 11:00:03
anonymous from United States  
If you can find a white woman living in ANY West African country,let me know! LOL IF they are there,they sure as hell don't need money from a stranger!!! No 1st world country or releif organization or modeling agency would EVER leave someone 'stranded'
PERIOD!!!
2007-06-10, 12:04:43
anonymous from United States  
The folowing is an emial I received from the Ghana Embassy in regards to the DECLARATION FEE NOTE posted here under Lawura muniru


Thank you for your email dated May 24, 2007.



This is NOT a valid document. There is no declaration fee required by the Ghana Government or Ghana Immigration.



I fear that you might be a victim of an Internet scam. Although you have not provided many details about your situation, such as how you met this person, it sounds similar to other scams we've seen.



I would not advise you to send money to a person that you have not met. I encourage you to try to verify all information before any money is sent. Once the money is sent, and if it is a scam, we have no way of helping you recover the money. Therefore, I encourage you to proceed with caution.



Please allow me to give you some information about the non-immigrant visa application process.



All Ghanaians need a US visa to travel to the US . If a person would like to visit the US then they would need to apply for a Non-Immigrant visa. The only fee associated with this visa is a $100 non-refundable Machine Readable Visa (MRV) fee which is to be paid at Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana. Once this fee is paid the person would get a receipt from the Bank. Once she has the receipt then she would need to schedule an appointment online and complete the application online. The applicant would then appear for their scheduled interview (no one can appear on behalf of the applicant). There are no medical reports, examination, declaration fees, travel insurance, HIV tests, blood tests or vaccinations that are required for a Non-Immigrant visa.

A travel agent or travel/tour company would not be able to acquire a visa for a traveler. The person who is traveling would have to appear in person for their interview. A travel agent would only be able to arrange air travel, ground transportation and hotel/motel reservations not the visa.

The only thing that the Ghanaian, who wants to travel, would need to get from Ghana Immigration Service is a Ghanaian passport. A Ghanaian passport generally costs about $11. There is no declaration fee or certain amount in a bank account that is required by the Ghana Immigration Service and/or the Ghanaian Government before a Ghanaian would be allowed to board a flight and leave the country.



United States citizens should be alert to attempts at fraud by persons claiming to live in Ghana who profess friendship or romantic interest over the Internet. Correspondents who quickly move to discussion of intimate matters could well be the inventions of scammers. If they are after your money, eventually they will ask for it.



Once a connection is made, the correspondent typically asks the U.S. citizen to send money for living expenses, travel expenses, or 'visa costs'. Sometimes, the correspondent notifies the American citizen that they or a close family member has suffered an “accident” and is in need of immediate monetary assistance to cover medical bills. Other variations of this confidence scam have emerged of late.

Unfortunately there are several types of Internet scams that the Embassy hears about every week; all with the principle goal of soliciting money from the U.S. citizen. In the majority of cases reported to the embassy, the correspondent turned out to be a fictitious persona created only to lure the U.S. citizen into sending money. Several Americans have reported losing thousands of dollars through such scams. The anonymity of the Internet means that the U.S. citizen cannot be sure of the real name, age, marital status, nationality, or even gender of the correspondent.



Once you have realized that it is a scam it is best to stop communicating with the person/persons. Usually any thing that you say they will have an answer for it or refer to the “love” that they have for you or their “deep” desire to be with you. It is a play on emotions. It is better to stop all communications with the person.

I encourage you to try to verify all information before any money is sent. Once the money is sent, and if it is a scam, we have no way of helping you recover the money.



For additional information, please refer to our website at http://usembassy.st...gov/accra or visit the U.S. Department of State website, visas section at http://travel.state..gov/visa.

International Financial Scams
The Consular Affairs Bureau receives daily calls about international scams involving Internet Dating, Inheritance, Work Permits, Overpayment, and Money-Laundering. Many scams are initiated through the Internet; victims range in age from 18 to 81 and come from all socio-economic backgrounds.

If you feel you have been a victim of an Internet scam, please consult our consular publications for help and send all direct reports of Internet fraud to the Federal Bureau of Investigation at: http://www.ic3.gov/ . If the scam originated through a particular website, notify the administrators of that website.

International Financial Scams Brochure - for information on Internet Dating, Inheritance, Work Permits, Overpayment, and Money-Laundering
Russia Internet Dating Schemes - for information on scams involving Internet dating from Russia
Spanish Lottery Scam
Help for American Victims of Crime Overseas
Tips for Business Travelers to Nigeria
Advance Fee Business Scams
Consular officials cannot, however, investigate crimes, provide legal advice or represent you in court, serve as official interpreters or translators, or pay legal, medical, or other fees for you.

You may want to visit the following website http://groups.yahoo..cescams/.

2007-06-10, 12:39:02
[hidden] from United States  
rating
Excellent, US,

Perhaps Peter could post this in 'other comments' or add to what he already has in a conspicuous place, like 'Is this Russian girl scamming me'
2007-06-10, 15:57:37
anonymous  
Hi guys
Proposal to each one of you to do the same…

i already start-up to give to all scammers 'that i know so far' something to do...
hence all of them are asking for money usually through WU...
i am sending to them once per month or when i feel like .. an email with all the info which they need (MTCN #)...to pick-up some money (if any)...
also in to the email I do make clear to them that the asking question which they have to answer to “it is what is your name” and therefore the password to pick up the money it is one of their names.. which none of them will get it from me…

therefore I am using a pool of scammers, and make them to go and move their asses at WU location such to find out on who’s name 'if any' an MTCN # and money are to be issued...
obviously if that will happen to many times and they are going to the WU to receive some money…… all of them will be noticed by the WU agency… hence all of them will use and have the same MTCN at the same date…
and according to above if that will happen in mass and all of us will send the scammer’s which we know to pick-up phonies MTCN’s (that at the same time/day)…the WU probably will have some bottle necks interruptions which will determine them to take action and inform the authorities about the people which came to pick up some phonies MTCN’s.
2007-06-10, 16:01:05
anonymous  
Hi guys
Proposal to each one of you to do the same…

i already start-up to give to all scammers 'that i know so far' something to do...
hence all of them are asking for money usually through WU...
i am sending to them once per month or when i feel like .. an email with all the info which they need (MTCN #)...to pick-up some money (if any)...
also in to the email I do make clear to them that the asking question which they have to answer to “it is what is your name” and therefore the password to pick up the money it is one of their names.. which none of them will get it from me…

therefore I am using a pool of scammers, and make them to go and move their asses at WU location such to find out on who’s name 'if any' an MTCN # and money are to be issued...
obviously if that will happen to many times and they are going to the WU to receive some money…… all of them will be noticed by the WU agency… hence all of them will use and have the same MTCN at the same date…
and according to above if that will happen in mass and all of us will send the scammer’s which we know to pick-up phonies MTCN’s (that at the same time/day)…the WU probably will have some bottle necks interruptions which will determine them to take action and inform the authorities about the people which came to pick up some phonies MTCN’s.



i do not post any pictures...because maybe ....anyway they are available on the internet and also the scamers which did receive them from me..willl used to atract ladies..
2007-06-10, 16:05:24
anonymous from United States  
Hi all
Apparently
preety_naa did change her IM yahoo, ..
i will toy little bit with her to find out more lies..and later on everibody will be informed

best reagrds to all of you
2007-06-10, 17:42:23
anonymous from United States  
To anon with the MCTN idea.W-U can be checked on-line and I'm sure most scammer's know this which is probably one reason they like to use it.Your idea has good logic to it but,I'm afraid it most likely wouldn't work.MoneyGram could be an alternative as you must phyiscally go to an agent.Problem there is they may not go to the same one.


Anon US,What did 'she'change it to???
2007-06-10, 19:11:58
anonymous from Ghana  
you guys much watch out. the people you chat with on those dating channels aren't women. they are 419 scammers from nigeria operating i n Ghana. If you find anybody on a dating site who claims to be from Ghana and tells you so many stories about him/herself ask them to see a police man friend of yours at the police headquaters in accra for some money you sent them( you can just coin up any name like inspector kofi sam ) .if they insist that you send the money via western union then you must know that they are fakes. and remember no beautiful girl dressed in good clothes in Ghana would ever ask anybody for money cuz they are already rich. So be careful. i iwll monitor this forum and provide free assistance to anybody who feels he is being duped by a Ghanaian
2007-06-15, 07:41:07
anonymous from United Kingdom  
Yes Denise is a real fake and I have their address in Laguna. I have just found out that this person is a ladyboy and found their site on Filipino Kisses. Beware all, she has asked me for money also.


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2007-06-25, 17:22:56
anonymous from Singapore  
Please am Gordalia wilson and my Name has been bring to The scammers site That am One But am not as well..Good Since am dating with Him he think i will date someone again .. Please what can i do about that ...
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