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First reported as Grace Falli
|Also reported as:||Grace Mbaye, Mary Udara, Juliet Mambo, Tina Rabia, Linda Koneh, Faith Johnson, Faith Benson, Manny Jones, Blessing Desmond, Dorice Amos, Mariama Moussa Mohamed, Favour Gatari, Blessing Dion, Juliet Wilson, Divine Menja, Rose Johnson|
|Variants of name(s):||Blessed, Doris, Dorris, Favor, Gracie, Juilet, Julliet, Lynda, Maire, Marie, Marieh, Marriama, Marry, Meri, Merry, Mery, Tinaa, Tinna|
|Known location(s):||Abidjan (Cote D'Ivoire); Beylane Camp (Senegal); Dakar (Senegal); Khartoum (Sudan); Kigali (Rwanda); Monrovia (Liberia); Refugee Camp (Senegal); Thieko (Senegal)|
|Found on website(s):||4 PPL, Africa Bistro, Face Book, Kisses of Africa, Paramore, Rudester, Xhamster|
|Available fake documents:||view fake documents|
Report N1 (added on July, 15, 2010)
New African scammer.
Report N2 (added on July, 21, 2010)
She is also a typical character. in the first mail i received she wants my contact details to transfer money from her fathers account who was killed in a civil war.
Report N3 (added on May, 10, 2011)
I have only been in contact with my scammer for a few days and she initiated with me. She posted the same comment she posted on my Paramore page on a lot of other peoples. I thought the wording of the email was odd, like a copy and paste thing or a fill in the blank. I have had no money request from this person yet, but I am expecting one soon, as she had sent me a request for help to get out of her country. I pretty much figured it was a scam when she had sent this out to a 14 year old girl to deal with.
Report N4 (added on September, 22, 2011)
Report N5 (added on October, 13, 2011)
Report N5 (added on January, 10, 2012)
Usual scam, Parents dead, Money in Bank, send me your bank details and I will send you the money.
Report N7 (added on March, 16, 2012)
Miss Faith Johnson, 23 years old woman from Cote D'Ivoire, parents killed by rebels during a civil war. Manage to escape to the UN refugee camp in Dakar, Senegal. Late father (Dr. Johnson Apu) left a inheritance $5.3 million US dollars, deposited in English bank and Miss. Faith is the only next of kin. Due a number of reasons don't have access of funds, needs of foreign assistant to prepare a claim for the Bank and act as the beneficiary on her behalf. The funds would be transferred to an assistant's account. Then she suddenly changed her mind and gave up the intention to claim of the inheritance deposited in the bank. She ended up with the help of refugee camp's rev. Father (James Mark) to obtain an international passport, so that she's able to travel in America or Europe. The rev. James Mark promised to take care of this issue with his competent friends, if I would pay the cost of 385 Euros via Western Union.
Report N8 (added on May, 16, 2012)
Is busy sending me emails regarding the 5.7 million dollars to be transferred to my account.
Nelson (South Africa)
Report N9 (added on May, 24, 2012)
She was trying to get money from me.
Report N10 (added on February, 13, 2014)
Report N11 (added on April, 29, 2014)
I think that I have received a mail from a scammer.
Report N12 (added on June, 16, 2014)
Same old story.
Report N13 (added on August, 12, 2014)
Here are emails and photos from 2 scammers (different names) that use the very unoriginal refugee story.
The first one is from Juliet Wilson from Facebook (Her page has since closed) and the second one is from Rose Johnson from Africa Bistro/Kisses of Africa.
I have found both scammers photos under Grace Falli on your website.