Mills Miriam, Mariam, Maryon, Marion Monica & Monika Moon Luna Sun Star & Stella Nana, Nancy, Naomy Nat, Nataly, Nataley, Natasha Natalie Nately Natalya Natalia Natasha Odd Names | More Odd Names Pat Patricia Patty Tricia Trish Princess, Queen, Regina, King, & Royalty Rebecca, Becky, Bekky, Bekki Rose, Rossie, Roseline, Roselyn, Rossalain, Rosa, Rosy Rose, Rosa, Rosie, & Roselyn | Part 2 | Part 3 Ruth Sandy & Sandra | Sandy, Sandra, Allesandra Sarah, Sara, Zaria Sexy Lusty Horny | Sexy Horny Lusty & Juicy Smith Sue, Susan, Sussie, Suzy, Suzi, Susi, Suzie, Suzzie, Suzan, Susanne | More Sun, Sol, Sunshine, Stella, Estella, Moon, Luna, Star, Starr, Stellar Sweet Sugar Yummy Honey & Candy Using Men’s Names Vikki Vicky Victoria Williams & William ANTI-SCAMMER TIP: If you find a name you are looking for in this list DO NOT CONFRONT AND ACCUSE THE SCAMMER!
We do not want to alert them that we know they are scammers.
33 419 419 Money Fraud Abdullah Investment Consulting accra africa Dating Scammer Dating Scams Dating Scams female FL fraudster Ghana Romance Scams Ghana Scammer Photos Ghana scammers Ghana Scams Male Male Dating Scammers Men's Photos Used By Ghana Scammers Men Dating Scammers Men Romance Scammers Miami New York Nigerian scammers Nigeria Scams NY photo probably stolen Photo Stolen Porn Actress & Model Porn Star Repeat Scammer romance scam romance scammer Romance Scams scam Scammer Scammer Gallery / Fraudster Album Scammer Grammar Scammer Photos Scammers by name Stolen Image Stolen Photo Stolen Porn Star Photos Sweetheart scams woman Here is a list we are starting of the names scammers are using. Hassan Dagogo Peter Duka Paul Dyer Emmanuel Ebere Anthony Egobia Barrister Phillips Emovon Edmound Ekpabey Godwin Emeka Anthony Eze Jose Emmanuel Anthony Edmunds Mike Franklin Egbo Francois Alan Fumbi Gbenga R. Sheye Obodos Chief Pius Obaseki Ediri Omogbai Barrister Ike Ofuobi Barrister Frank Okafor Robert Olanipaku Daniel W.
This is not a complete list, and we will add to it constantly.
These heartless fraudsters, known as Nigerian scammers, are much, much worse than your parasitic ex. The Nigerian scam has long been flagged as a common type of cyber crime. Financial Crimes Division of the Secret Service reportedly receives 100 calls a day from people claiming to be victims of a Nigerian scam. Here's how the con typically works: You get an email from someone asking for your help. To obtain an arrest warrant for the perpetrator, you'd have to acquire a huge body of evidence of email communications, phony documents, bank transactions, etc.