Name: David Nowak
Name: Kelvin Smith
Name: Daniel Kobuna
Name: Frank Brendston
Name: Richard Robert
Name: Richard Eriksen
Latest Scam Letters
Letters from scammer Richard Robert in Lagos (Nigeria) to Mary (USA)
Letters from scammer Antonio Mikel in Johannesburg (South Africa) to Jean (USA)
Letters from scammer Morris in Lagos (Nigeria) to Eloha (USA)
Letters from scammer William Spencer in Lagos (Nigeria) to Laura (USA)
Letters from scammer James Harvey in Lagos (Nigeria) to Eloha (USA)
Latest Scam Reports
Paul Cox, 50 y.o., Utah, Los Angeles, Dubai, (385)323-1839
Andy Williams, 56 y.o., USA Florida, email@example.com
Frank Ray, 69 y.o., Portland Ohio, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alex Marshal, 41 y.o., San Diego, California, 4154120909
Harry Howard Daniel, 53 y.o., UK, Florida and Texas, email@example.com
Frank Berndston, 65 y.o., Jackson MI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Thomas Jakson, 40 y.o., Egypt, Cairo
Alfred Eugene Stewart, 63 y.o., Houston Texas, 281-341-2601, email@example.com
Peter Miller, 48 y.o., United States / Nigeria, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stone Morgan, About 40 y.o., UK, Switzerland
What is Male-Scammers.com about
Male-Scammers.com is a web service that is trying to root out male scammers that prey on women on the Internet. We have an extensive database that we use to collect any and all information regarding these persons, so we can publish it on the Internet and warn women about them.
Many times these scammers will send hundreds of messages out like bait, and many times they are capable of catching a woman in these criminal nets. With a database composed of thousands of photos, letters and false documents, we attempt to get as much information published about these scammers as we possibly can, so women can see for themselves whether they man they are corresponding with over the Internet is real or fake. Chances are if a picture or document or letter that was sent to you is also on our website, he is a scammer and should be avoided.
How to use Male-Scammers.com
Our website offers you a unique and innovative mechanism through which you can not only identify but even fight off male scammers encountered online. If you are here because you are tired of male scammers and wish to enforce a permanent solution to get rid of them, keep reading on to learn how this website can help you.
There are different scam scenarios: Military leave scam, Satellite phone service, Shipping goods that do not exist, Money orders, 419 advanced fee fraud, Travel scenario, Illness scenario, Money problems, Gay scenario and some others.
The military leave scam occurs when the "soldier" you are in contact with mentions that he wants to visit you, and just needs to file for military leave. You will be required to do certain things...
The scammer will introduce himself using one of many possible social network sites, dating websites, or email. Many times an age difference is very obvious. Scams increase with the amount of age between the victim and scammer. He wants to you send messages only to his private email. He makes a change to his primary email while you know him. Look for his profile. If it says something different from where he says he is, than that is a sign to be cautious.
Last site update: December 10, 2018 05:39
Total scammers: 5014
Total published reports: 11993
Total photos: 20814
Total scam letter sets: 3164
Total fake documents: 1938
Total media files: 66
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October, 26, 2018 - Latest Male Scammers List Updates
Last week (October, 19, 2018 - October, 26, 2018) 21 new scammers, 10 fake documents added to the database and 4 scammers' profiles updated. (full story)
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