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Name: Rashida Halverson
Address: rashida yakubu 111 OSU AVE. Accra-Ghana 00233
Other Comments: This girl emails you first and then not until you email her back asking why she did not email you because she is interested in you. she says that her Internet connection got disconnected and wants help to get it hooked back up again when you help her with that so you can communicate with her she then tell a story about her mother borrowing money for a fruit and vegetable business and says that the market is bad and all the produce spoiled before her mother could sell it and wants help for her mother to pay the money back that she has borrowed.
she is back again so watch out and beware of her.she is up to nothing she is of name and email address she is up to anything now.she has 2 kids she does so watch out and beware.
Belinda Salifu nice_belinda.@yahoo.com. She scams by asking for money because her internet is getting turned off. Asking for $300 because it is already 2 months overdue. And also be wary of her son getting sick and needing money - lucky I saw this site. If she begins asking for money, Western Union act stupid. And believe me she is prepared to be able to walk you through it. This should be a tip-off immediately
Also going by the names: Mary Jibrila, Mary Zakari, Shaibu Zakari, Zufawu Shaibuya Zakari, Shabuya Zakariya. This image was also posted here: Dating scammer Mary
Above pics all belong to porn stripper girl 'Julie Yuliana' scam stories about her are plastered all over the internet. Beware !
anonymous from Castle Hill, Australia
Hi guys.. I just had a look here to see what it was like and who some scammers might be and guess what. Almost all the pics are of the girl or someone who looks identical to her that they could be twins is here. Now Id like to know if Im being scammed also. Fortunately not much money sent. But if youre being scammed even a little is too much. The girl Im talking to says she has sis and brother, her mum just died and so on. The usual sob story that us guys fall for. I dont know about you guys here but she told me she had a lot of gold that she needed to sell, and that once it was sold then she would come over to aus to be with me. When i read some of the things here, I think, YEAH AS IF THAT WILL EVER HAPPEN!!!
anonymous from Belgium
she stand on this scammers site with other name.
Today try contact me with other name also with other picture.
Name Dian 35 years old.
Looking for anything with a man aged 45 à 90 years old.
She stand on this site zorpie dating site.
I not accept here a friend also i not send message to here.
I know that the person Always ask money.
Maybe it a man that used that picture to get on money.
Long time ago contact me Jaimie Alexndra,Cindy Larsson,Tina Kaylee.
This was the same person a man used this picture to get on money.
This have say Tina Kaylee that the are man to scam people.
Megan QT is a porn girl...
anonymous from United States
the others are scammin me using such pictures from ghana .. contact me at email@example.com ....there gmail is . firstname.lastname@example.org
The above pix belongs to Julie Yuliana alias Julie Love, Yuliana Avalos and her pictures are probably some of the most recognizable pictures on the internet associated with romance scams. After filing a whopper of a lawsuit, it seems now other revelations are surfacing where she's taking criticism. Click on the two links below for several interesting reportings...
The following story appears online in the Miami New Times:
Miami Model Yuliana Avalos Sued Match.com for $1.5 Billion, BUT NOW SHE'S TAKING CRITICISM TOO !
Late last month, an ebony-haired Miami bikini model twice materialized on the cover of the New York Daily News. 'Match.con,' the first headline screamed beside a picture of Yuliana Avalos posing languidly in a brown bathing suit. The next day was even more salacious: 'Death Match,' the cover bellowed.
The story had it all — social relevance, sex appeal, and an evil corporation to hate. Avalos' tale was aggregated and re-reported across the nation, including in New Times. But new revelations are only now surfacing: For all of Avalos' allegations, she has a shady online history as well — and some people allege that she, in fact, sold her pictures to the very scam artists she's claiming exploited her.