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First reported as Debbie Albertson
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Debbi, Debby|
|Known location(s):||Lagos (Nigeria)|
|Address(es):||234 Dolphine road, Lagos, Nigeria|
|Phone number(s):||011 234 7035377591|
|Found on website(s):||Lava Life|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on October, 23, 2008)
1/Accepts money via Western Union.
2/Sends email under the assumed name: Oduntan Ibrahim from a ciber cafe.
3/Wants money to come to Canada.
4/I have sent [Western Union] $3200.00 so far but wants $1500.00 more. I've stopped.
5/Currently communicating, every day on MSN.
6/Said she attended Olabisi Onabanjo University. Lives with Mother at address given.
We met on Lava Life about 2 days after my signing in with this company. A photo followed immediately after with continuing letters of "I love you" which I still receive today and every day on both MSN and my email.
She [Debbie] apparently lives at home with her mother Susan Miuoller at
234 Dolphin Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria 23401.
phone 011- 234 7035377591.
She [Debbie] apparently attended Olabisi Onabanjo University recently with micro-biology as a main subject.
She was born Dec. 11 1977 in England. Her mother divorced and moved to Nigeria 13 years ago. Debbie would have been 18 yrs old.
Two weeks ago her internet connection became due and she asked for money again. This time it was only $300.00. I did not respond. She then used an internet cafe computer with the user name : Oduntan Ibrahim.
This is where my concerns come in to play. I have surfed the internet sites on scams of Nigeria [including yours] finding the name "Ibrahim" and "Debbie" as alerts and ones that are used often by some grifters in that country. I have since learned about the "Boys of Festac" using these names in cyber cafes such as the Net Express Cafe in Lagos on targets called "maghas." I have also learned about 419.
So you see that I'm trying to do my home-work yet at the same time being hopeful that Debbie Albertson is legitimate. If she is not, she is doing a good job.
Much to her impatience, I have been procrastinating sending her any more money until I'm sure that she is for real.
I will stay in touch with her in the mean time but she will NOT know that I am investigating.