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First reported as Catherine Dickson
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Cath, Katherin, Katherine|
|Known location(s):||Accra (Ghana)|
|Also claims to be in:||Centurion, Gauteng (South Africa); UK|
|Found on website(s):||Face Book|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on April, 1, 2016)
She does come at a very sly angle, studying your Facebook activities and start to write sweet letters around your interests. She plays holier that thou as widow who lost her husband about 7 years ago.
I received several emails. Yesterday the request for USD 8,500.00 appeared on her letter.
She gave me a false telephone number of a local person who does not know her from a bar of soap. She changed the spelling of her name from Katherine to Catherine. She claims her late husband's name is Richard and her married daughter Lizabeth. She claims to be from the UK and moved to South Africa 7 years ago. She claims to be selling a 75% share of a mine in Ghana. First she said it is ASHANTI and when I googled it I realized she lies. Then she changed the name of the mine to something else.
She really spends a lot of energy to make her looking very real. At last, she is a scammer when you see she repeats stuff in a copy and paste style.
When I confronted her with the truth she gave me the F word. I have photo's of the person she uses in her email. I also blocked her on Facebook and reported her.
Gerrie (South Africa)