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Dating scammer Solace Mensah whitneycute01 Nancy Milman


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Name: Solace Mensah whitneycute01 Nancy Milman

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OSU oxford street 128 lane Accra Ghana
IP Address:[]
AIM Messenger name is: Raskegh
MSN Messenger name is: Love

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This scammer by that Lady they say on is posing as Solace Mensah or whitneycute01 or as others know as Nancy Milman. She's sent me a hole bunch of new different photos of the SAME girl. I'm wondering where they came from and what can be done do to catch her and how to report her to authorities.

I'll give you the info that I have so far:
Her IP Address is:[]
Her AIM Messenger name is: Raskegh
Her MSN Messenger name is: Love

She likes to use names with Love or honey in it and says she's a nurse working at the Accra Sunrise Hospital. She needs money to get a key from a security firm so she can pay a safe box fee that accumalated, because it was held until she turned 30 yrs old by her parents that died in a car accident 5 years ago. But she messed up and said that she's 31 now and lives with her grandfather, who just told her about it only 2 weeks ago.
Nancy Milman, Nancy Holton, Nancy Niemann, or Nancey millnais their all for sure the late Solace Mensah profile. But, the pictures are NOT the same as shaku Mathew or Ivy Otoo though[Ivy or Shaka or Shakew also known as Tina Rose Philips & Lawura Muniru]. I compared the photos meticulously and I'm pretty sure the photos are all the same Nancy>>> Solace and not the scam photos of compared them carefully to look for the moles and freckles she has. Notice in the photos she has blueish to hazel eyes and sone must have been taken some time ago.

The fake address above is for Nancy or solace or whoever else she is now and is still scamming and she also wants you to send the money by Western Union.
This just one of a whole bunch of others that I found on Delphi that is showing up on the singles site: Like USjesuscares101 an easy one to pick out. BIGGIRL, and jennybaby6300 is [sophie young or sandra smith is connected to elora lopez] RIA25
And another one says shes in the UK goes by cutejustine or Justine she just seems too good to be true and wants to communicate by email adn I said if she was a scammer would find out ,she never replied again.

Then theres OTOTO the face looks very familiar to Ivy Otoo, nancyFun, and shola88 who are part African too and all part of the Ghanaian gang of thieves. CARE4CHARITY, LAYCRUISE saw her Pic somewhere in here too.

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2007-06-07, 18:23:38
Was it a 'ghastly'car accident? lol
2007-06-07, 23:30:11
anonymous from United States  
This attractive profile Solace Mensah wanted to come to the states and marry me. She said that It would cost about 5,000.00 to make the trip one way. I checked and a round trip only costs 1,3500.00 it broke my heart, I though I had a real relationship going. Just to think I would of paid her the money to come here and now I find out that only her picture exists.

2007-06-07, 23:43:32
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The girl above is named of RIA on that catholic dating site. BEWARE of her.
2007-06-08, 11:58:12
anonymous from United States  
Don't fall for the pictures from African most are stolen off websites, Millions of dollars scammed from FOOLS like YOU. The cash is funnel is to terrorist groups over there! Don't be a damn idiot! Find One that's legitimate, test it out on web cam and never send money by Western Union! better yet find one closer to home, thousands of women locally need love too, look around local chat sites their's tons of them.
2007-06-08, 12:37:53
anonymous from United States  
Anon,I think MOST of us here know it's a scam! That's why we're here! For those that come here asking question's there's a few of us 'regulars'that come to answer them.If they come here,they are suspicious already or have been scammed.There's NO REASON to call them 'fool's'or any other name's! They are VICTIM'S!!! By the way you talk,you have been too and are bitter about it.I've been there too but don't take it out on other's! There's nothing you can do about it so put it behind you and move on!
2007-06-08, 18:19:17
anonymous from United States  
The fool he was referring to was from Egypt has been removed. The guy asked to get in touch with the women and left his email address; as if this were a dating site.
2007-06-08, 23:24:43
anonymous from United States  
Don't get confused with ria <<<>>>shaku mathew and ivy otoo with Solace Mensah. Ria has dark brown eyes and Solace Mensah has hazel/blue eyes. she can be seen under Dating scammer Rhoda Naa from Accra, Ghana at the bottom of page eight.
2007-06-10, 11:52:28
anonymous from United States  
Ther is a DECLARATION FEE NOTE posted here under Lawura Muniru. the following is an 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
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