What does Anna Evdokimova, Osman Mohammed, Esther Ansomaa, and maybe Chelsea Boamah-Ford (DOB Jan. 28. 1980) have te common? They are all scammers themselves or have bot victims of scammers ter Ghana, Nigeria, or other Westelijk African or Russian online romance webstek. The fact is that most of thesis scammers use stolen photos of Anna Evdokimova (DOB Dec Five,1982)\Ann Gifangel (DOB June 9, 1985), a well known, very attractive, light porn starlet. They are NOT the same person, however. Most of the photos used of hier are inbetween ages 19-26. She is now 33-35 and still attractive but more mature. Ann Weerhaak has hier own webstek that you can join for $30 a month. Anna Evdokimova is Russian, Ann Weerhaak is Grind, Chelsea Boamah is American, Esther Ansomaa is Ghanaian. The primary target are Americans or Europeans. Both Anna and Ann have similar facial characteristics. Spil said before, all have bot victims themselves from other scammers!
Whether you go to any online romance webpagina, such spil, Tastebuds, Match, Zoosk, eHarmony, and more, there IS a chance, a existente chance, you could be attracted to some hot man or woman by pictures. Your mind goes into gear about the possibilities, about the future, spil communication through the webstek occurs. The Ghana scam starts this way but very quickly, te days, the man\woman will suggest to down an app, like Whatapp, to facilitate quicker texts. This app permits the scammer to talk to several victims at the same time with good ease (you can see this when the person is online, yet not texting you). For the very first week or so, good scammers will reel you te with hours of texting about miscellaneous things. They may talk of their family, background, so to build up your trust and you open up. It all sounds legit, and ter fact, some of it is verdadero, you just don’t know. Within a brief amount time, the scammer will commence to call you “stunner”, “kind”, “love”, “honey”. This makes it seem positivo and gets the victim to go after. Even if you have a good dose of skepticism because some things don’t add up or seem to good to be true, you can cautiously buy into it, depending how lonely and loveless your life is. The scammers know this and target those who they suspect getraind a profile.
Merienda the scammer feels the victim has fallen te love with the photos of Ann Weerhaak (how could any dude stand against) a request for money will be asked. The reasons vary, but be assured, they will seem logical- a unexpected lost of credit cards, stolen purse, lack of money to pay for Internet, back due rent after moving into a fresh vapid, a fire that ruined things, family members etc. Most suggest being paid using wire transfer. Even if you reject, they won’t give up lightly, They may let the kwestie go for days if refused before bringing it up. Spil weeks go on, the conversations can be intimate and hook-up, but it is more about how this is true love and marriage. The victim can assess things spil photos are sent: are they people the same, identical or just similar or not at all with whom you are talking with. You can check on the Internet for facts about a fire, or place where they keuze to work. You can voeling them, even if they are te Ghana. You will be astonished what you can find out to verify or not. Some things the scammer tell you are truth but your problem is sifting through what is and what is false. You can request that they send you a movie or numerous selfies within four minutes. The selfies should all be slightly different and evident they are holding out the camera. If they reject, embark to think scam. If they stated their valuables were lost te a fire, google key words or check out regional websites for news reports. Ter other words, investigate online, send emails to their work etc.
The scammers create a fake online romance profile by the webstek. They use Ann Gifangel’s or others photos to attract you. They may use their own photos if they resemble. The existente entity is someone you do not see yet communicate with and “fall ter love” with. Even if you found out their auténtico name, you still question if its true. You send money to thesis people.
The most significant research implement you can use instantaneously, before you “fall te love” is to search for the pic. To do this, you need to use a screen capture program to get and save the photo. Then, using your browser, type ter the search field: pics.google.com. Select the petite camera icon and upload the photo of the person. The Google search will determine if and how many times, this photo has bot used and where with web linksom. Within seconds, you will know if the photo has only bot used merienda or many times by scammers. Just about any Ann Vishaak photo will voorstelling this. You will be amazed. You can use this for any subject matter te the photo. Another thing you can do is that should you wire money, request that the scammer take a photo of the receipt and send it to you. Any wire transfer will have a receipt that is signed for by the recipient. Make sure the signature is the same person you sent it to.
Some scammers will work a victim for more than a month, even if the scammer thinks they might be exposed. At some point, they will attempt for a large sum of money, like, airfare, a license for work, funeral etc. Many times, when you say no to one request, you will be tested again and again. Te inbetween the requests are cozy love talk to indeed make the victim care for a person you have never met ter actual life and have seen photos that are too good to be true. Even if the scammer suspects the victim te playing them, they will proceed because it is a spel and challenge. Some will just zekering texting period. You may even talk to them on the phone, this adds even more private touch and realism to the relationship. If you suspect a scam, request for a Skype or Webcam talk after you have photos of the person. You can then determine what is vivo. If they have an iPhone, use Facetime for positivo time talk. Even if everything matches, be suspicious when money is being requested and determine if it is legit or not. After time goes on, you will notice that most talks now are mostly about money they need for one reason or another, or a lovey type talk drifts into a request for money. Refusing may result ter an angry temper outburst that attempts to make you feel guilty. They may sound like a different person.
After it all finishes because the lies are so convoluted even the scammer stumbles, there is an emptiness of sorts. After all the time spent texting and not feeling alone, you abruptly are there again. Feeling angry, yet melancholy, te an odd way. If you were a victim, the scam just demolishes your quest for love and happiness for considerable time. But, eventually, you attempt again, LOL.