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Dating scammer Ms. Rhoda Addo from Accra, Ghana


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2007-01-08, 12:13:48
anonymous from United States  
Hey this is a great website. Keep it going folks. Thanks Annonymous from the UK, Great Britain for your input. She almost got me. I am posting all other photos and info to help others. Goes by Rhoda Addo from Accra, Ghana.
Beware if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is!!! Duh.

2007-01-08, 12:17:45
anonymous from United States  
more info.

2007-01-08, 12:19:26
anonymous from United States  
still more. Watch her guys!!!

2007-01-08, 12:24:48
anonymous from United States  
Last one I have.

2007-01-08, 12:27:06
anonymous from United States  
Met this one on E Harmony. Ms. Rhoda Addo from Accra, Ghana.
2007-01-09, 17:29:50
anonymous from United States  
i think i saw this one on as pattyw96
2007-01-14, 20:49:48
Has anyone seen this photo before? Is she a scammer? She says she is from Accra, Ghana, 30 years old, graduate student with a sick mom. Formerly from Bachok, Malaysia. Her yahoo IM is:
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2007-01-17, 21:15:59
This photo is of someone so-called Gill Brown, e-mail address:
I.P. address [] [] Ghana Telcom and Ghana Broadband. Any other information you guys out there may have would be helpful in exposing this scam.
2007-05-12, 00:07:27
anonymous from United States  
I have seen gill brown at her number is 20588. She claims to be living in accra ghana formerly of Bachok Asia. She says both her parents are dead. She claims to have a degree in Sociology from a university in Malasia and finished last december. She claims to be seeking work now. What do you know about her?
2007-05-30, 17:47:58
anonymous from Grand Forks, United States  
This article is in regards to or I tried to get her over to me and so far I am out $55,000. At first I know she lied to me and then she says she is that she lied no more to me. I paid $5000 for legal costs in her avoiding prison as she tried to smuggle 3 bars of Gold to me on Jan26,07. She claims to have Gold and will want you to pay for getting her Gold to the USA. I paid $3000 for her mothers funeral when she had her own money to pay for the funeral. The Customs and immigration people at Accra, Ghana are dishonest. One Customs person went to prison because so called declaration money according to her and a lawyer named Tony. She is a source of heart breaks and ulcers. She sent me some very nice bedroom pictures. But it takes more than sex to make a relationship work in life. She kept telling me how badly she wanted me but I wasted $7200 of my money on plane tickets because of the Gold or she got mad at me.
She has got a temper and is very immature in her thinking. In fact she put up this ad on underthehappah site after she was telling me how badly she wanted to be with me. You want more info contact me at I have proof of money orders I sent her and other documents. Ghana is a very corrupt country I have learned. So guys if u want to lose your money, write her.
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2007-06-10, 12:00:17
anonymous from United States  
There is a DECLARATION FEE NOTE circulating in Ghana. It is posted under Lawura Muniru. The following is the email I received from the Ghana Embassy

Thank you for your email dated May 24, 2007.

This is NOT a valid document. There is no declaration fee required by the Ghana Government or Ghana Immigration.

I fear that you might be a victim of an Internet scam. Although you have not provided many details about your situation, such as how you met this person, it sounds similar to other scams we've seen.

I would not advise you to send money to a person that you have not met. I encourage you to try to verify all information before any money is sent. Once the money is sent, and if it is a scam, we have no way of helping you recover the money. Therefore, I encourage you to proceed with caution.

Please allow me to give you some information about the non-immigrant visa application process.

All Ghanaians need a US visa to travel to the US . If a person would like to visit the US then they would need to apply for a Non-Immigrant visa. The only fee associated with this visa is a $100 non-refundable Machine Readable Visa (MRV) fee which is to be paid at Standard Chartered Bank in Ghana. Once this fee is paid the person would get a receipt from the Bank. Once she has the receipt then she would need to schedule an appointment online and complete the application online. The applicant would then appear for their scheduled interview (no one can appear on behalf of the applicant). There are no medical reports, examination, declaration fees, travel insurance, HIV tests, blood tests or vaccinations that are required for a Non-Immigrant visa.

A travel agent or travel/tour company would not be able to acquire a visa for a traveler. The person who is traveling would have to appear in person for their interview. A travel agent would only be able to arrange air travel, ground transportation and hotel/motel reservations not the visa.

The only thing that the Ghanaian, who wants to travel, would need to get from Ghana Immigration Service is a Ghanaian passport. A Ghanaian passport generally costs about $11. There is no declaration fee or certain amount in a bank account that is required by the Ghana Immigration Service and/or the Ghanaian Government before a Ghanaian would be allowed to board a flight and leave the country.

United States citizens should be alert to attempts at fraud by persons claiming to live in Ghana who profess friendship or romantic interest over the Internet. Correspondents who quickly move to discussion of intimate matters could well be the inventions of scammers. If they are after your money, eventually they will ask for it.

Once a connection is made, the correspondent typically asks the U.S. citizen to send money for living expenses, travel expenses, or 'visa costs'. Sometimes, the correspondent notifies the American citizen that they or a close family member has suffered an “accident” and is in need of immediate monetary assistance to cover medical bills. Other variations of this confidence scam have emerged of late.

Unfortunately there are several types of Internet scams that the Embassy hears about every week; all with the principle goal of soliciting money from the U.S. citizen. In the majority of cases reported to the embassy, the correspondent turned out to be a fictitious persona created only to lure the U.S. citizen into sending money. Several Americans have reported losing thousands of dollars through such scams. The anonymity of the Internet means that the U.S. citizen cannot be sure of the real name, age, marital status, nationality, or even gender of the correspondent.

Once you have realized that it is a scam it is best to stop communicating with the person/persons. Usually any thing that you say they will have an answer for it or refer to the “love” that they have for you or their “deep” desire to be with you. It is a play on emotions. It is better to stop all communications with the person.

I encourage you to try to verify all information before any money is sent. Once the money is sent, and if it is a scam, we have no way of helping you recover the money.

For additional information, please refer to our website at or visit the U.S. Department of State website, visas section at

International Financial Scams
The Consular Affairs Bureau receives daily calls about international scams involving Internet Dating, Inheritance, Work Permits, Overpayment, and Money-Laundering. Many scams are initiated through the Internet; victims range in age from 18 to 81 and come from all socio-economic backgrounds.

If you feel you have been a victim of an Internet scam, please consult our consular publications for help and send all direct reports of Internet fraud to the Federal Bureau of Investigation at: . If the scam originated through a particular website, notify the administrators of that website.

International Financial Scams Brochure - for information on Internet Dating, Inheritance, Work Permits, Overpayment, and Money-Laundering
Russia Internet Dating Schemes - for information on scams involving Internet dating from Russia
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Consular officials cannot, however, investigate crimes, provide legal advice or represent you in court, serve as official interpreters or translators, or pay legal, medical, or other fees for you.

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2007-07-22, 22:45:42
anonymous from United States  
This Gill Brown is a scammer. She has cost me $68,000. She has a friend by the name of Amanda Smith involved with her and a so called lawyer by the name of Tony Black. She is as dishonest as people can be.
2007-08-13, 11:36:50
[hidden] from United States  
Well this girl contacted me at underthehuppa also and she has been tryin to play me but I will not fall for it, watch guys she is a scammer. she sent me a pic of her voter id from Ghana and a student ID from Malaysia both scanned but looking like the had been alteredd.
2007-08-13, 15:56:29
anonymous from United States  
You guys are so desperated. With the amount of 68,000 you could have you two or three good looking just like models. With less than 10,000 you could have married you one of the ladies from site.

You can meet these ladies on tour from costa rica, russian, ukrain, columbia, peru, etc. They are nice decent ladies who will never ask you for any money.

I don't undestand these people, how dump can a person be with a pretty photo.
2007-08-16, 17:27:16
anonymous from United States  
The way that scammers like gillbrown operate. They will ask you for money for a passport, visa, medical exam and then declaration money to pass through another country. So you have say $5,000 investested and the person is on their way to you but something goes wrong according to them. So they ask you for another plane ticket and another $5,000 for what they claim is declaration money. Then something else goes wrong, like they got caught trying to smuggle Gold and now need legal money. but people like Gill will say 'I will repay you with Gold I have'So by then you are investing lots of money trying to get get back your orginal 5,000 that you were promised you would get back. Gill will show you pictures of her Gold and Gill has people in Customs or Immigration on her scam payroll and 3 friends who are working with her. She is very convinceing and she using IM to the max. to profess her love for you and can't wait to be with you. Guys just don't respond to her, she is a VERY, VERY GOOD LIAR AND THIEF. She knows how to use emotions to get to you.
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