# Name: Abby Brixey
# E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
# Address: Nigeria , Ado-Etiki
# Seen at:
# Scam scenarios:
Ask for money
This person works with an accomplice, James Adeloye,an alleged student, to whom I send the money via Western Union. I have sent thi woman money in the past, which was repaid by a money order, which was forged. In August, James e-mailed me that "Ms Brixey" had been taken to University Teaching Hospital of Ado-Etiki very seriously ill with Malaria. He kept me informed of her progress and asked me for $1,500.00 for hospital and drugs, which I sent him by Western Union. on the proviso that he scanned the recipts and bill and send me. When "Ms Brixey" was home she asked me for money for food and internet connection which I sent ($250.00). When copies of bills were not sent, I checked with the hospital and they had no record of "Ms Brixey" as a patient, and at the speed of her recovery I realised that she had not had malaria and not ever been to hospital, but it was a scam between her and mr Adeloye. I advised them of my displeasure and told them my lawyer was contacting a scam agency in Lagos to track them down and report them to the police to be charged. I do not communicate with them any more. Over the 4 years I have been corresponding with these scammers I have paid out approx $15,500.00(Which I fortunately can well afford). However this hospital scam made me very mad!! "Ms Brixey" claims to be an American citizen, who 4 years ago graduated as major in Zoology at Ibadan University. ,
I have ALL correspondance and Western Union receipts in my file. I reported the scam to the Police dept in Ado-Ekiti, and my correspondance has NOT been acknowledged, so I assume no police action has been taken even though they have all the details.