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Dating scammer Osai Williams from Ghana


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This one goes by the name Osai Williams of Accra Ghana, falls in love in 1-2 emails likes Instant Messaging, wants money for visa, passport, travel. Also has numerous medical situations for her and mom that needs money for, also asks for $ for foodstuff and wants gifts, cell phones, Ipods Perfumes ect....Does she sound like a scammer??

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2007-06-21, 14:40:49
anonymous from San Francisco, United States  
Here's one from Ghana

2007-06-21, 22:44:08
Even the present IGP's photgraph and identy card hasn't been left out to scam money from innocent victims.

2007-06-25, 00:38:46
anonymous from Canada  
Scammer........Osai Williams/Teena Crane/Ivy Otoo/Shaku Mathew/Lawura Muniru/Ruth Eissel.........Now running under Malika Hamidu......send e-mail address soon
2007-06-27, 15:09:24
anonymous from Mexico  
A mi me llego pero ya se cambio de nombre ahora es:

De:     joy marshall <>
Enviado el:     Lunes, 18 de Junio de 2007 03:11:43 a.m.

me lo envia en ingles y traducido pesimamente al español

Mi más Querido
Soy más que feliz cuando vi su correo. ¿Cómo era su día?, el Mío es un poquito frío terminado aquí en Dakar Senegal. mi nombre es la alegría de señorita Marshall de la Costa de Marfil en África de Oeste, 23yrs viejos 5.7 pies altos, oscuros en el cutis, (nunca casado antes) y actualmente resido en el refugiado
el campo aquí en Dakar a consecuencia de la guerra civil contra que lucharon en mi país.
Mi padre difunto doctor faderic Marshall era el director general de Marshall cocu industria de granja (Ltd) y él eran el personal
los rebeldes atacaron nuestra casa un temprano en la mañana y mataron a mi madre y mi padre a sangre fría. Era sólo yo que estoy vivo ahora y logré hacer mi camino
a un país cercano Senegal donde me marcho ahora. Me gustaría saber más sobre usted. Su gusta y disgusta, sus aficiones y lo que usted hace
actualmente. Le diré más sobre mí en mi siguiente
correo. Atado aquí está mi cuadro y también me gustará ver su cuadro.
La esperanza de tener noticias de usted lo más pronto posible

My Dearest One
I am more than happy when i saw your mail.How was your day?,Mine is a little bit cold over here in Dakar Senegal. my name is miss joy marshall from Ivory Coast in West Africa, 23yrs old 5.7ft tall, dark in complexion,(never married before) and presently i am residing in the refugee
camp here in Dakar as a result of the civil war that was fought in my country.
My late father Dr faderic marshall was the managing director of marshall cocu farm industry (Ltd) and he was the personal advicer to the former head of state (Late Dr Robert Guei) before
the rebels attacked our house one early morning and killed my mother and my father in cold blood.It was only me that is alive now and I managed to make my way
to a near by country Senegal where i am leaving now.I would like to know more about you.Your likes and dislikes,your hobbies and what you are doing
presently.I will tell you more about myself in my next
mail.Attached here is my picture and I will also like to see your picture.
Hoping to hear from you soonest

pero gracias a estos sitios pude estar seguro que es un scammer su foto que pone ahora tambien la publico.

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2007-06-28, 01:29:36
anonymous from United States  
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2007-06-28, 09:10:40
you must be as thick as her to fall for that look there only after one thing either to transfer money to your account so there can steal your money second passport to your country you buy her first then she dumps you and 3rd money to buy things . there all looking for suckers to scam cash passports bank details etc the list goes on dont look at photos of them there just change them to suite there tastes okay infact she is one of mine trying to fleece me.
2007-06-28, 10:39:56
anonymous from United States  
Anon,Mind filling us in on which one you're refering to?

For future reference the following is the important info to post first;

Name {with surname if possible}

E-mail address

Location {country,city,street}

Phone number {if given}

The money request letter,with full header.With that the IP can be seen and if an X-mailer {ie;THEBAT}is used.

The dating site the scammer contacted you on.

With that available people doing a google search will get answer's.
2007-07-08, 16:08:55
drod from United States  

It does not matter what photo or name is on this 'passport'

It could be Donald Duck or Mickey Mouse. All ending with the same result.

On the right side of the passport, it is printed 'Test Sample'

Anyone claiming this to be there passport, is a LIAR, straight up, no confirmation needed.

good hunting...........drod
2007-07-17, 04:31:45
anonymous from United Kingdom  
This is a scammer using Absolute dating from Ghana Accra. I used test questions to check her genuinity but she still fooled me. They take a great interest in your kids & chat for months before the sting! She even faxed me a fake copy of passport to prove ID before i sent travel money. Goes by the name of Kelly Williams.

2007-07-17, 08:34:32
anonymous from United States  
Hey United Kingdom, I encourage you to read the things posted here about Lawura Muniru. That will shed a lot of light on what has happened to you. I just recently found out where she/he/it/they have stolen the pics that they are using. The pics come from I did confront her about this and she admitted to it. Once these scammers are caught, then they start confessing to you that you have changed them and that they dont do it anymore. That is a bunch of bull. DO NOT SEND ANY MONEY TO ANYONE

Ghana does not have or require a Declaration Fee

The person getting the visa can only do it themselves no one can do it for them
The cost is 100.00 USD

the person getting the passport can only do it themselves no one can do it for them
The cost is about 11.00 USD

I am posting the DECLARATION FEE NOTE she sent to me and also the email I got from the Embassy in Ghana so that you will see what is going on and what the truth is.
2007-07-17, 08:36:49
anonymous from United States  
This Document is a fake. Even the english is bad
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Keywords: fake passport with or to get a visa for immigration to the USA
2007-07-17, 08:39:12
anonymous from United States  
The following is from the email I received from the US Embassy in Ghana.

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 or visit the U.S. Department of State website, visas section at

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: . If the scam originated through a particular website, notify the administrators of that website.

2007-07-17, 08:45:35
anonymous from United States  
The scammers know about this site are trying to get people to take down their posts about them.

they are nothing but liars. Once they know that you know the truth, they will leave you alone.

I am currently talking to a scammer who is trying to get me to cash a check for her and then send her some of the money back so she can fly here to be with me. I already know that the check is a fake and once it arrives, I will take it to my bank and have them check it for authenticity. Plus if there is a phone number on it, I wll call the issuing bank to let them know as well.

Be careful and remember it has already been said here before



2007-07-17, 09:01:10
DO NOT!!!! Take the check to your bank!!! It will show intent to cash it which is bank fraud! They may detain you and call the police!
2007-07-18, 09:51:28
anonymous from United States  
I have had verious dealings with dating web sites and if they ask for money or any thing besides to meet in person ,RUN I think they have sweat shops with a lot of them all in cahoots they impersonated a police officer when I tried to shake a scamer that was on to her

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