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Name: Anna Ogannisyan


Anna Ogannisyan
13 Garegina Nzhde.apt 74
Ararat 377501
Republic of Armenia

Anna Ogannisyan


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I wanna warn for Anna Ogannisyan from Armenia who is a big and dangerous scammer and lie that she loves men for that she wanna taken theirs money from them.She most be stoped.I have been scammed of her on a very big sume of money.

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2009-09-02, 12:20:50
OJAS from United States  
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2009-09-02, 13:03:58
Magnus from Skara, Sweden

2009-09-02, 13:07:50
Magnus from Skara, Sweden

2009-09-02, 13:10:27
Magnus from Skara, Sweden  
Hello everybody.How are you ?
2009-09-02, 13:18:12
Magnus from Skara, Sweden  
see you soon,guys!
2009-09-02, 13:25:32
Magnus from Skara, Sweden  
goodnight everybody.see you tomorrow!
2009-09-03, 07:20:59
Magnus from Huddinge, Sweden  
Hello everybody.see you soon.
2009-09-03, 09:44:25
Magnus from Huddinge, Sweden  
See you soon everybody.take care.regards.
2009-09-03, 19:14:50
Dirk from Heerlen, Netherlands

Elena Novoselova or Yulia Zager or Nina Simonova or Olga Polyakova or Natalya Krayushkina or Ekaterina Ivanova or Marina Kuzminyh


2009-09-03, 19:24:14
Dirk from Heerlen, Netherlands  
They're perfect. In fact, they're someone you could see yourself spending the rest of your life with. A decent person with a good job or business in search of a good, honest partner to settle down with.

You or someone you know may be dating this person online right now. However, be warned. Things aren't what they appear to be. In reality you're talking to a criminal sitting in a cybercafe with a well rehearsed script he's used many times before. He's hunting through chat rooms, dating sites and social networking sites searching for victims, looking to cash in on romance. If you are over 40, recently divorced, a widow, elderly or disabled then all the better in his eyes. Scammers are adept at psychological profiling, and use any weakness they find to their advantage.

It's the newest evolution of the Nigerian advance fee (419) scam. Instead of sending spam letters that promise millions for your assistance, these scammers are targeting single men and women who are searching for love online.

They use psychological tricks to lure their victims in, use poetry and even gifts to get them under their spell, then once you are there, will try to reach for your wallet, all the time declaring their 'undying love' for you. The scam may take the form of asking you to cash a cheque for them through your bank account because they are 'out of the country' and unable to cash it themselves, or they may come right out and ask you to send money to help them out of a fabricated 'financial difficulty' they claim to be experiencing. These are all lies used to try to make them easy money from an unsuspecting victim.

The sad truth is, for every real profile you see on the internet, there are numerous false ones pretending to be your perfect mate and using photographs stolen from modelling or social networking sites. The people in the photographs are as much victims as the people who get scammed for hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of dollars.Internet romance scams and other related crimes are very real, and they are affecting -- even ruining -- lives throughout the world.

The best weapon against this crime is education. The more people that are educated in the ways the scams work, the harder it is for the scammers to make money and the more scammers that can be put out of business.


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2009-09-03, 19:46:17
Dirk from Heerlen, Netherlands  
A romance scam is a confidence trick involving feigned romantic intentions towards a victim, gaining their affection, and then using that goodwill to commit fraud. Fraudulent acts may involve access to the victims' money, bank accounts, credit cards, passports, e-mail accounts, and/or national identification numbers or by getting the victims to commit financial fraud on their behalf.

In the 1980s prisoners within the Louisiana State Penitentiary in unincorporated West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, United States operated an advance fee fraud scheme. Advertisements, mostly of men seeking men, appeared in newspapers in Canada and the USA. In each case, the scammer sent the mark an image of an attractive person and gave a pressing reason to send money. If the mark complies, the scammer asks for more money. Kirksey McCord Nix used the scheme to raise enough money to attempt to buy a corrupt pardon from the Governor of Louisiana.

Scammers post profiles on dating websites to fish for victims. Upon finding victims scammers lure them to more private means of communication to allow for fraud to occur.

Many scammers favor religious dating websites such as Christian sites, because the users are more complacent. Religious site users tend to assume that because they are on the religious site, their fellow users will have high moral values.

Rhonda McGregor, an online moderator for the ROMANCE SCAMS Yahoo! group, stated that many romance scammers avoid answering personal questions and ask their victims many questions.

Narratives used to extract money from the victims of romantic scams include the following:

The scammer says their boss paid them in postal money orders. The scammer wants the mark to cash the money orders, and then wire money to the scammer. The forged money orders leave the banks to incur debts against the victims.

The scammer says they need the mark to send money to pay for a passport.

The scammer says they require money for flights to the victim's country because of being left there by a stepparent, or husband/wife, or because they are just tired of living in their country and somehow never comes, or says that they are being held against their will by immigration authorities, who demand bribes.

The scammer says they are being held against her will for failure to pay a bill or requires money for hospital bills.

The scammer says they are sponsoring a orphanage and require extra funds to help repair the building after a fire, a friend sends you a cheque if you can transfer the cash to the scammer.

The scammer says they need the money to pay for the phone bills in order to continue communicating with you.

The scammer says they need the money for their or their parents urgent medical treatment.

The scammer says they need the money to successfully graduate prior they can visit you.

2009-09-04, 11:49:09   (updated: 2009-09-04, 12:12:52)
wanwan1-[0,1]=0,9? from Japan  
@my boys !
It is a cleaning time !
Bupkus !
Thank you !

1)2009-09-04, 04:52:15
anonymous from Australia

2)2009-09-04, 05:36:49
anonymous from Romania

3)2009-09-04, 05:59:34 (updated: 2009-09-04, 06:24:34)

4)2009-08-31, 20:27:50 (updated: 2009-08-31, 20:38:55)
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5)2009-09-04, 05:33:36

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6)2009-09-04, 05:32:58
anonymous from Romania
7)2009-09-04, 05:36:28
anonymous from Romania
8)2009-09-04, 05:36:33
anonymous from Romania
9)2009-09-04, 05:33:46
anonymous from Romania

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2009-09-04, 15:13:52
wanwan from Japan  
@boys !

Stupid has come !
Bupkus !
thanks !

1) 2009-09-04, 09:04:25 (updated: 2009-09-04, 09:06:33)
anonymous from Uruguay

2)2009-09-04, 09:09:22
anonymous from Uruguay

2009-09-04, 19:58:59
Magnus from smo, Sweden  
hello.who is here?
2009-09-04, 20:57:35
OJAS from United States  
Hej Magnus,
It is almost 2100 Hours for me (and delphi). After a tiring day, I am about to rest.
You all have a nice weekend!
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