First reported as Veronica Nartey

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Also reported as:Nana Quartey, Esther Ofosu, Evelyn Ashamatey, Osai Williams, Melissa Harrington, Felicia Asiedu, Abigail Folson, Sandra Liebach, Esther Pokuwaa, Victoria Nelson, Esther Ansomma, Vida Opokuwa, Harika S., Kathy Lee, Helen
Variants of name(s): Abby, Abi, Cathy, Ester, Evelin, Eveline, Evelyne, Heleena, Helena, Helene, Hellen, Hellen, Hellena, Kathi, Kathie, Melisa, Mellisa, Mellissa, Samdra, Sandrah, Veronika, Vica, Vickky, Vicky, Victoriya, Victorya, Vika, Viki, Viktoria, Viktorija, Viktoriya, Vikusechek, Vikuska
Approximate age: 31
Known location(s): Accra (Ghana); Johor (Malaysia); Kota Tinggi (Malaysia); Kotoka (Ghana); Lagos (Nigeria); Tema (Ghana)
Also claims to be in: Germany
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es):
Found on website(s):
Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)

Report N1 (added on May, 16, 2012)

I met Veronica Nartey on the Swedish dating site Motesplatsen. She presented her by picture as a 33 year old woman from Norway who searched for a man between 40 and 80. I got a very long letter from her after the first contact and exchange of e-mail addresses. She told me a story about how she had been treated I Stockholm by some man who wanted her for pornographic purpose. She contacted the police and they made him pay for her return trip to Ghana. But Now she was only 30 years of age and the pictures was of a just another woman. When I asked her she sad she did not have an appropriate picture herself so she borrowed one from a friend.

Probably did she already then know that she had made a fatal mistake so the rest of her letters were almost nonsense. And she was right. I at once found some matching strings from her letter in a lot of other scam letters on the internet. And the funny thing was that two of them were from men. Only that one of them used a standard letter as if he had been a woman. And one of the female scammers managed to present herself with a male picture. Sometimes scam baiting is fun.

What I have seen from this hunting journey is that the Ghana scam industry includes a lot of identical sentences used by both male and female scammers and that a lot of the pictures used are probably from porno industry

Mats (Sweden)

Report N2 (added on February, 11, 2013)

After a few fairly non personal emails back and forth I received this rambling email.

Daryl (Ireland)