First reported as Stephany Spencer

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Also reported as:Mona
Variants of name(s): Stefanie, Steffany, Stephani, Stephanie
Approximate age: 33
Known location(s): Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): unknown
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Available media: unknown
Available fake docs: unknown

Added report(s)

Report N1 (added on June, 22, 2012)

We met on the website christianmingle. We immidiatley exchanged contact info and began emailing and phoning each other. She said she was from Norway and was in the states temporarily to find a better life. She said her parents died last year and she wanted a new environment that didn''t remind her of her deceased parents. She said her parents were wealthy and left her some property in Malaysia. She needed to sell this property as she was running out of money and wanted to use the proceeds to finally establish herself here in the US. She said that she was left $2million in a trust but would not have access to for another 2 yrs. She left for Malaysia around the end of April and got a new phone number. We continued to talk daily and txt each other. After a week of being in Malaysia, she called me crying saying she was contacted by the tax office in Kuala Lumpar informing her that taxes were due in the amount of $21k. She said she had $17k and needed $3k. I initially told her no but she was persistant. I asked for evidence of friends and family that could validate her character. She gave me a number to her uncle in Manchester England. His name is Albert. I contacted him and he was worried about his only niece being in a foreign, muslim country. Nevertheless, he said that she would not scam anyone. He said that she was a good christian girl with good morals and he trusted her. He offered to send the money but after talking with him for 30 mins or so, i decided to send the money. Albert and I established a relationship and we continued to talk on a weekly basis. 10 days later, Stephanie got sick and needed more money. This time, $2.5k for the hospital bill. And then for repairs needed for the home because the buyers refused to by the home. And then more money for back taxes. And then more money for a loan that her deceased father took out on the house. Her uncle was supposedly sending much of this money as he was very worried. And finally she asked for money because her visa expired. I called the immigration officials in Malaysia and they stated that Norwegians do not receive visas to enter their country. They are given a 90 day pass to be in their country. I called the Norwegian embassy there and they confirmed this and its also posted on their website.

Keith (USA)