Scammer Faustina Dede

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First name:Faustina
Last name:Dede
Aka:Faustina Brown
Age: 34
Location(s): Accra (Ghana)
Also claims to be in: Canberra (Australlia)
Address(es): NB207 Nii Boi Mann Abeka Lapaz , Accra, Ghana
Phone number(s): 233237080936
E-mail address(es): faustian1980@gmail.com
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Scam media: unknown
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Report N1 (added on March, 3, 2016)

Late November 2015 Faustina Dede contacted me on Match by way of chat box transferred to Gmail and Gmail chat then also contact with her on my slingshot account.
Told me she was Pentecostal Christian, commutes between Canberra , Australia and Accra Ghana. Solo mum with 7 year old daughter, Rosa. Daughters father is Australian. Faustina's father is Australian, mother is Ghanaian. Faustina's family run a charity called the Dede Foundation (different to the Alice Dede Foundation). Faustina's Foundation is celebrating its tenth year of operation and its website is taken down for maintenance.Our communication was building towards her coming to NZ to meet me.Our faith and interests and talents seemed compatible. All warm and good. Then on January 4th 2016 she said she recieved a letter from a holding company ( Premium Holdings PLC) saying fees were due for storage and they were overdue. Forfeiture would mean loss of stored consignment. The consignment was 40kgs of gold left to Faustina by her deceased father. The fee was $6000US. She asked me for finance. I said no. She ended up gettin $2500 from her church and $3500 from another source. Phonecalls from her to me ensued ..they were mostly bad lines and incomplete communication . The man who wroite to her from the holding company rang me . I rang him once to try to clarify matters.Demand for money ensued. I refused. Faustina's daughter fell ill with malaria. Faustina was assaulted on her way to photocopy the documents covering the deposit of gold and letter asking for the storage fee. Faustina emailed me the documents. Our communication fell silent for a few weeks then reactivated about mid February. She had money for the fee ($3500) and would be able to come to NZ (gold in hand) she said. Then she told me her daughter was in hospital with Typhoid Fever and asked me to send her $1200 US. I said no. I then sent her an email laying down what I saw as the incredible run of events and lack of clear communication and information and terminating our interaction/relationship for good. Her emails to me made me cringe at times. They were intelligent and well worded at times . At others they were broken English and full of bad grammar. At other times they were overly florid with an almost comic book Mills and Boon scripting. The flow of events read like a cheap movie script with action at every corner. All this in 12 weeks.

Chris (New Zealand)