Scammer Faith Covo

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First name:Faith
Last name:Covo
Aka:Lea Keda
Name aliases: Leah, Lhea
Age: 30
Location(s): Abidjan (Cote D'Ivoire)
Address(es): Apartment 4A, 220, Logement, Adjame, Abidjan, Cote D'Ivoire (Ivory Coast), West Africa
Phone number(s): unknown
E-mail address(es): missfaithcovo@yahoo.fr
leakeda30@yahoo.fr
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown

Report(s)

Report N1

I was contacted by this person on December 16, 2004 on the OtherSingles.com website. She said her name was Faith Covo, that she liked my profile and wanted to establish a relationship with me. I was given this e-mail address to contact her - missfaithcovo@yahoo.fr. The note was signed Dr. Faith Covo. When I sent a note to her to see what this was about I got letters expressing instant love and quickly a request for money ($2000) to come here from West Africa. The letters speak for themselves. The interesting thing is when I was given the info about who I was supposed to send the money to the name I was given was Childi Godwill Emeribe (supposedly a man who works in the US Embassy there). It should be pointed out that in the profile posted at the dating site it showed her annual income as being $50,000-$60,000, but in the letters she says that she just completed her internship and doesn't have a job nor any money.

James (USA)

Report N2 (added on April, 23, 2005)

This scammer used the exact same photo and approach that is noted for Faith Covo on your site. She approached me last week via Yahoo!
Personals, and was very clear from her first letter that she wanted a long-term relationship with me. I smelled "scam" from the very first. By the third letter, she told me that she had a friend who worked for the Canadian consulate who would get her an immediate visa appointment. In that same letter she also told me: "what great sexual things she would show me, than a man of my age would have never experienced". Two days later, she wrote saying that the Ambassador would guarantee her a visa as soon as she could show him an airplane ticket to Canada. She then said that her friend at the Embassy would give her $500 USD towards her airplane ticket, and asked me to pay the remaining $1500 USD. She refused to give me the phone number of the Canadian Embassy in Adibjan, the name of her friend whom allegedly worked there, nor the name of the Ambassdor.
I think that we had five exchanges of e-mails, in which she mostly ignored questions that I asked her. When I then found her on your site, I terminated all contract with her rather harshly!

Gary (Canada)