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Last site update: May 22, 2019 12:10
Total scammers: 12166
Total reports: 32050
Total photos: 124672
Total scam letters sets: 14811
Total fake documents: 4637
Total media files: 680


latest scammers

latest scam emails

Letters from scammer Maria Evgenyevna Epina in St. Petersburg (Russia) Kirov (Russia) to Santiago (Italy)

Letters from scammer Alena Babenko in Kiev (Ukraine) to Mick (USA)

Letters from scammer Linda Yormie Johnson in Dakar (Senegal) Monrovia (Liberia) Refugee Camp (Senegal) to Jose (Mexico)

Letters from scammer Anna Kazakova in Penza (Russia) to Alain (France)

Letters from scammer Ekaterina in Poltava (Ukraine) to Antonio USA)

latest scam reports

Sandra Ward, 36 y.o., California USA, 16074448470

Anastasiya, 39 y.o., Russia Penza,

Elizaveta Sergeevna Mironova, 33 y.o., Velsk, Arhangelsk region, Russia, +798987757175,

Zenobia Walker, 38 y.o., Hampton, Virginia.USA. Presently K.L. Malaysia

Mariia Kyiashko, 29 y.o., Kiev Ukraine, 380-989-805418,

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Warning signs

She is too beautiful to be true. Most scammers use photos of professional models/celebrities or photos of beautiful women they have stolen from the Net. You receive a photo of a potential date and the photo doesn't match up (e.g. the photo looks like it is from a magazine or the description the person has given of themselves doesn't match the photo)...

Scam scenarios

There are different scam scenarios. Standard scenario is the most common scam. Scammer tries to keep up a regular correspondence, but all letters you receive contain only general content and there is no concrete information in them. After changing a few letters...