Scam report about Amanda Amoah

First name:  Amanda
Last name:  Amoah
Aka:  Sunny Leone (Photos she uses)
Age:  37
Location:  Akim Oda, Ghana
Address:  Agona swedru P.O. box 677
Phone:  +233 268989296
Email:  amandaamoah090@gmail.com, amandaamoah8@gmail.com
Report:  Amanda approached me and after a month of requests for money each week confided in me that her family have 90 kilograms of 24 karat gold bullion. She wanted to ship 3 bars to me for sell and return the money less commission to her so she could travel here. It took 9,000 usd to get the 3 bars prepared for shipment. Then 21,000 USD to pay taxes in Ghana as they were loaded the plane. They landed in Amsterdam and there were additional fees of export license, insurance and Euro gold tax of 44,021.00. Again I was told this is all. The shipment then landed in Ontario Canada and 38,000.00 taxes, and assorted fees and they will be delivered to me the next day. I paid the fees and it was discovered by the family attorney, that I had been paying fees for 6 bars not 3 so the prepared another shipment and sent it to join up with the first shipment for delivery to me. (Total now 30 kilograms). The family decided to change shipping companies and send the remaining 60 kilograms against my request not to, and have all 3 combined into one. They were in Ontario and land at JFK Aiport in New Your and required 125,000.00 in customs fees to be shipped to me at this time my pension plan only had 48,000usd left and I could not pay so all gold was returned to Ghana. I was denied the ability to view the shipment in New York and to that the six bars send and sell one to pay the 125,000.00 uwd for the rest of the shipment. There obviously we never any gold. The shipping companies were Royal Shipping Company (dispatch@royalshipping.ml) and Global Shipex (support@globalshipexfl.com) and all money was wired to Collins Gyan Baidoo, Zenith Bank (Ghana) Limited

Status of report:  is published in main database with photos


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