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# Name: Lena (Fake name) James (Fake name)
# E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
# Address: Benin Republic , Don't know
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# Scam scenarios:
User messaged me with an email address to use to communicate. Only sent a couple messages back and forth, but the messages seemed odd for first talking to someone. I reversed the pictures the person sent on Google and quite a few different
User messaged me with an email address to use to communicate. Only sent a couple messages back and forth, but the messages seemed odd for first talking to someone. I reversed the pictures the person sent on Google and quite a few different Myspace, Facebook, etc. profiles popped up with different names. The pictures sent originated from an online porn star named Kelsey Hess. I also found info of what people have reported from those pictures being used from dating scammers.rnrnThe profile on Plentyoffish.com said "she" lived in Fenton, MO. But when the person messaged me via email, suddenly "she" lived in the Benin Republic.rnrnNo money or gifts given, but due to the nature of the emails and the info I found over the internet from scammers using those pictures, it seemed as though the sender was trying to butter me up in order to build report and eventually ask for money for something like money for a plane ticket.rnrnI dont know if it helps any, but if you try to save the pictures from the email, it says its from 22.214.171.124 ....Maybe a possible IP address of the user?
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