Romance Scammer Anthony Toms


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Name: Anthony Toms


Also known as: Samson Emaike, John Keller


Variants of name: Anthoney, Antoine, Antone, Antonie, Antony, Johnn, Toni, Tonny, Tony





Location(s): Lagos (Nigeria)


Also is from: Florida, USA; Brooklyn, New York City, NY, USA


Address: 1775 E 18th Sreet, Apt 4GF, Brooklyn, NY 11229, USA


Phone: 13472443652




Is registered on: Face Book, Google Hangouts


Media files: unknown


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Report N1 (added on May, 4, 2018)

This man claims to be a marine engineer and the head of a 2000 man fleet in the North Atlantic Ocean headed towards Spain. He says he has a 14-year old son in a Florida naval academy with whom he is unable to contact because of security reasons on the ship. He asks for $3000 to help his son buy school books. Since he is detained offshore, his hands are tied and you are the only one in the world who can help him. He uses the words babe, dear, darling, and other endearments. He asks what you had for lunch and dinner. He swears he is madly in love with you after communicating for only a few weeks. He speaks in broken English (and even writes with capitalized words that shouldn't be in caps, and words his sentences as though he were from some foreign country). He claims to be a Christian and can quote the Bible and seems to know The Word rather well. If you are a Christian, he will take advantage of your Christian values. He will call you wicked if you don't comply with his request to help his son, Clarkson. His parents died in a terrible accident when he was young and his mother was caring a baby girl, and his wife died from cancer. Thus, he's looking for a mother for his son and a loving wife for himself. It won't end there if you fall for his lies, either; he will show you a dormant bank account of 7 million dollars and asks you to open it for him and get the funds he can't get by just spending $7500 to buy a form that will unlock the riches. (He has a partner who is a bank manager at Barclay Bank who sends you a form to fill out with all your personal information. If you ever run across this man, pass him by. Quick as you can!

Cathe (USA)