Site statistics

Last site update: July 20, 2018 14:08
Total scammers: 11462
Total reports: 30901
Total photos: 114376
Total scam letters sets: 14168
Total fake documents: 4313
Total media files: 592


latest scammers

latest scam emails

Letters from scammer Daria Osipova in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy (Russia) to Buzz (USA)

Letters from scammer Sandra Ammed in Dakar (Senegal) to Brad (France)

Letters from scammer Ekaterina in Balakovo (Russia) to Jim (Canada)

Letters from scammer Evgenia in Bolkhov (Russia) to Jim (Canada)

Letters from scammer Sarah in Dakar (Senegal) to Brad (France)

latest scam reports

Emily Ratajkowski, 30 y.o., Los Angeles, 3314818691,

Amanda Gleen, 33 y.o., Chicago,

Elena, 32 y.o., Russia Kazan,

Iryna Kvitka, 28 y.o., ukraine, 380378404714,

Iryna Kvitka, 28 y.o., Kiev, Ukraine,,

Susan L Lewis, 30 y.o., New Jersey, 806-329-2650, 862-354-6668,

Alena Nosachova, 29 y.o., Merefa, Ukraine,

Yana, unknown y.o., Russia,

Natalia Petrova, 32 y.o., Russia, Kovrov, +79824820511,

Anna Johnson, 50?s y.o., Capetown . South Africa, +27710309662,

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Site news

June, 29, 2018 - Latest Female Scammers Database Updates

Last week (June, 22, 2018 - June, 29, 2018) 15 new scammers, 4 fake documents, 2 media files added to the database and 6 scammers' profiles updated. (full story) 6/29/2018

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Warning signs

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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...