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# Name:      Alvine Fondersen

# E-mail:     alvinepygmie@yahoo.dk

# Address:  Cameroon , Baka

# Phone:    011-237-7443-0303

# Seen at:   Real Christian Singles

# Dangerous: 25%

# Scam scenarios:   stolen photos, ask for money

# Details: Faithmoveth is an internet scammer. Perpetrator contacted me at Real Christian Singles and stated that she was a Christian missionary and medical doctor who were in the process of concluding her work with the Pygmies after nearly four years there and was immigrating in to the USA through the Diversity Visa Program of the USA State Department. I tried to verify her ministry and finally found a minister from Yaound? Cameroon who said that he had heard of her. I then sent her $1,650.00 (plus fees) to help her get the basic $4000.00 she needed upon arrival. She then said she needed help with the actual visa and immigration fees under the program. I checked on the state department website and what she requested was the actually the amount the State Department required: $755.00. Finally, she needed some money for airfare. For this I sent her $650.00 and later and additional $200.00. Including transfer fees, she got me for approximately $4000.00. As soon as she purchased her ticket, however, in the nearby town of Kribi I never heard from her again. A number of times I spoke with the pastor she works with, Rev. Jacob Zeiser, and he confirmed the basic data of her story. What really roped me into this scam was her website and testimony, which clearly indicated a real knowledge of Christianity. She described her work with the Pygmies and even thanked people who helped her over the past four years. It obviously made it all seem so believable. It was called http://www.alvinewithpygmies.faithweb.com/



# Date: 2008-02-11





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