Scammer Eva Allotey

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First name:Eva
Last name:Allotey
Aka:Bryon Lee, Ramatu, Vida Mills, Vida Aboagye, Linda Okyere, Annie Lee
Name aliases: Anni, Linde, Lynda
Age: 34
Location(s): Accra (Ghana); Kumasi (Ghana)
Also claims to be in: Italy; Allen, Texas (USA); Chicago, Illinois (USA)
Address(es): unknown
Phone number(s): 12176359750
233544916020
E-mail address(es): bryonlizzy21@gmail.com
02023823baby@gmail.com
annieleenc@gmail.com
Operates on site(s):
Scam media: unknown
Fake documents: unknown

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Report N86 (added on June, 1, 2017)

She has contacted me via google hangout and we had a nice communication. she told me that she will get gold bars because her father is dead. i knew now what will come. she will need money to pay for the documents and for the stock costs to get her gold bars. i am sure she has no gold.

Hansi (Germany)

Report N87 (added on June, 1, 2017)

I first received an email with pictures of the woman in this report. I responded, and the email I received back was had totally different pictures with it. I believe that the scammers made a mistake and didn't realize they had already sent me photos of another woman. The photos of the other woman DID appear on this site, alerting me to the fact that this woman photos are ALSO being used by this scammer.
After confirming that the profiles were fake, I haven't contacted them any further.

Greg (USA)

Report N88 (added on June, 1, 2017)

Contact with this person was made on OurTime website. No information was given other than a phone number and pic. You made contact by texting (this was requested by person). She provided a picture. I texted her over a period of two days. I am 66 and person claiming to be Eva Allotey claimed age of 34. That was first clue this was probably a scam. On second day of texting person began to ask for money to buy calling card(request for $100). I did not send but continued conversation to explore further to see if it was a scam. Person claiming to be Eva Allotey used very poor English, except in long paragraphs in answering questions from me. They were, for the most part written with correct spelling and grammar. This was unlike her other conversations with me. It appeared to me that she was simply copying and pasting text to represent her words. If you can help me I would really like to know how many people have been scammed by this woman/man. Thanks.

Jake (USA)