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Hello, I decided to make a site completely dedicated to fakers and fake profiles. I have never been to Ghana, Nigeria, The Philippines, England, Germany, Australia, Detroit, Florida etc and if I do decide to go on a vacation, you will only know about it when I tweet from my official twitter account @Nikki Sims. I have never once lived in another state or country. I did, but facebook deleted me because I was using my stage name and there were “explicit” photos on there. Anything else you may find, if it is not listed on THIS page, is a fake.I have never and will never give out my phone number. That was deleted in 2012 which is when I stopped using facebook and moved to The more he spoke, the more I found myself sitting straighter in my chair with rapt attention.No, he doesn't warn the fraudsters against the ills of materialism or notify them that money doesn't buy happiness.Scams known as 419 — for the statute outlawing them — promise the victims riches and romance.“When you get a reply, it’s 70% sure that you’ll get the money,” a former scammer says.And so it was with a mixture of curiosity and skepticism that I attended an 'Alternatives to Cybercrime' event organized by Microsoft and Paradigm Initiative Nigeria (PIN).What new doctrine did the anti-cybercrime brigade have to preach this time?

No wonder the many 419 scammers -- for whom the specter of a destitute and unfulfilled future is a daily terror -- don't appear ready to budge from their fraudulent ways.

Rickey (USA) Report N2 (added on March, 12, 2007) This girl contacted me at Cupidbay. She said that she was born in Ghana but has moved to England and now she was back in Ghana to study. The real Melissa is 24 years and lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, United States.

I contacted her (the real one) and told that someone was using her name and photo on Cupidbay.

He said that he became suspicious when the woman stopped communicating with him and contacted what he thought was a website run by the FBI in America but which turned out to be another scam.

Mr Symington, of Portsmouth, Hampshire, said he then got a text message from his 'friend' Angela who revealed that it was all a fraud.

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