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First reported as Katherine Mae Ignacio
|Also reported as:||unknown|
|Variants of name(s):||Katerine|
|Known location(s):||Macasandig Dumaguete (Philippines)|
|Address(es):||12 Sta. Maria Street, Macasandig Dumaguete City, Philippines, 7009|
|Found on website(s):||Date in Asia, Face Book|
|Available fake docs:||unknown|
Report N1 (added on December, 30, 2011)
After meeting this lady on an asian dating website, she was posing as a US registered nurse and needed my help to come to the US and start her job here as a nurse.. She said she needed $200.00 for her visa renewal … (((( The amount which I actually sent her was $ 242.00 this is what I want back….))))
she then told me she needed $500.00 pocket money to enter the USA for immigration…At this point she had given me her flight information and airline ticket number…
I was about to send her another $500.00 when I decided to check her name against the ticket number she gave me.. I discovered that the actual ticket number belonged to another person ( a Ms. Christine Diaz ) and it was going to another destination…(Seattle).
Please help me get my money back OR just stop this person from doing this to people..
This is the scam she did on me—read below:
Travel expense and visa fee scam
In this scam the scammer will say that he/she wants to visit you but doesn't have enough money to pay for his/her plane ticket and travel expenses. They will then suggest that you send them the money so they can purchase a plane ticket. Shortly later they will tell you they need additional money for a passport, visa fees, transportation to the airport and miscellaneous expenses.
In some cases they will also tell the victim that the visa requirements state that they need to have a certain amount of money in their bank account so they can proof to the immigration official that they have sufficient funds for their visa.
Some scammers will show fake copies of plane tickets, visas or other documents to make the travel plans appear to be authentic.
After wiring the money the victim waits at the airport patiently with a bunch of flowers for his/her love of their life to arrive. Only when all passengers are off the plane and the scammer doesn't show up do they realize that they've been scammed.