Scammer Suzanne Evans

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First name:Suzanne
Last name:Evans
Aka:Grace Suzy, Cecilia Patrick
Name aliases: Cecile, Gracie, Susanne, Suzann, Suzzane
Age: 29
Location(s): Abuja (Nigeria); Ogbomosho (Nigeria); Oyo (Nigeria)
Also claims to be in: Canon, Colorado (USA)
Address(es): No. 1 Takie Way, Ogbomosho, Oyo State, Nigeria, 23438
Phone number(s): 2347063846077
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents:


Report N1 (added on September, 8, 2011)

I met her at big church and told me she's Spanish American and from California. She also lived in New York. Then she took me to yahoo messenger and we became friends. She sent me photos and said she's a fashion designer for company called Mary Beauty Fashion Organization. She sent me certificates and copy of cheque. I found out from bank that the cheque promised to me is fake. Said she needed some money for manterials to complete the contract in Nigeria, and then she'd bring all the money of completed contract and we'd get married. She said I must send money through Western Union to her accountant called Adetola Bamikole, No 1 Takie Way, Ogbomosho, Oyo, Nigeria. I have found Adetola Bamikole on Facebook. He seems to be a gang leader. There are other men that were subject to her advances and scams. She uses all forms of emotional games and manipulation and lies. It's possilbe that her real name is Grace Suzy.

Shaun (South Africa)

Report N2 (added on September, 22, 2011)

This has recently been reported by Saun of South Africa with the same scam story and initiation as was used on me and others. S/he produced receipts for money supposedly used to buy materials and I had one checked by EFCC and they said it was scam. These mails were written by an African and it is clear that all victims were chatting with Bamikole who is a gangster as seen by Saun. WU blocked payments to Evans for suspected fraud and that may explain why he poses as an accountant to receive payments.
The emails sent trace to Lagos and the hours spent online suggest a gang working in shifts with multiple victims. They produce some authentic looking documents which are all forgeries including personal ID. When offering to bring the money s/he will ask for help with the airfare and for BTA money. There is no such requirement and it is a blatant lie supported by a fake official looking document stating that the funds are required to be shown to Nigerian authorities. Victims should also beware of attempts to get them to send personal ID documents to the gang as these could be misused in further scams. This went on for around 3 months and almost daily an amount of around $400 was asked for. The need was always for materials or a doctor''s or travel cost. In the end I had to accept I had been scammed and ceased all contact.

Andrew (UK)

Report N3 (added on April, 15, 2014)

I met her on Firstdate, where she behaved very carefully! It took many days from when she saw my profile before she contacted me.

Beryla (Canada)