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First name: Kelvin
Last name: Parker
Age: 42
Scott Wilson
Scott Wilson
Name aliases:
Kelivin, Kellvin, Kilvin, Sccot, Scolt, Scoot, Scot, Scoth, Scotth, Scottie, Scotts, Scotty, Welison, Welson, Willson
Romance scammer's Location(s):
Accra (Ghana); Delaram (Afghanistan); Kabul (Afghanistan)
Also claims to be in:
Oceanside, California (USA)
E-mail address(es):
Operates on site(s):


REPORT N1 (added on March, 26, 2015)
Lisa (USA)

He claims to be a Captain in the marines, he's a real smooth talker, very polite, loving, kind and the all right things to say. I was talking to him one month and he said he was in love. Then he told me his Uncle needed surgery and he needed $570.00 for admittance to the hospital before they would do heart surgery. That sent up the first red flag. Then we talked about another week when he asked if I had a bank account. I said no but was opening one. He said his friend was sending him money $5000.00 and then $6000.00 and could he send it to me? And then I send it on to him. That sent up the second red flag. The next day he said he needed my bank information.
REPORT N2 (added on June, 12, 2015)
KartiKa (Australia)

This one is good. Charming, caring, takes his time to build trust and respect. Have been chatting for just over 2 months. Says he is a Captain in the US Marines stationed in Delaram, Afghanistan. He was engaged but he came home from one deployment to find his fiance cheating on him. Keeps a good record of what you tell him and checks in with you to gain further trust. Asks you to download Skype to communicate and also uses Facebook Messenger. Telephones daily again which builds more emotion and trust. Also offered me money to pay for my upcoming operation. Coming to the end of his deployment and said he was going to come to my country to visit me. Tried to have chocolates and flowers sent to me however being in the military all of their bank accounts and credit cards are frozen until their return. Hence the flower etc couldn't be sent.....first warning I missed. Why would you order them in if you know your accounts are frozen? Then he is sending me 2 boxes via a colleague (Scott Wilson) from the Red Cross who is going to a summit in London. Emails arrive from Diamond Express Couriers and Logistics from UK about the packages and requesting a transfer of US$960 to complete the delivery. Yep, that's when it fell apart. He asked me to pay for the outstanding fees as his accounts are frozen and he would pay me back. Investigation by me found it to be a scam. When I revealed this he became very hostile and threatening to expose photos of me if I didn't pay. Nasty piece of work.

Scam Letters

Romance scam letter(s) from Kelvin Parker to Lisa (USA)
Hi honey,

How are you? Hope you're having a good day. My day's going alright. It's still morning here now. Right now i'm in my work station writing you this message. I'm sorry, i couldn't reply before now honey. I've been very busy with raids. I know you must have been worried you haven't heard from me. I've been extremely busy honey. I've been going on raid upon raid. I lead my team in these raid operations and when i come back i have to make reports. To be honest i miss you. I think about you while i'm this busy and i wonder what you could be doing? How are things going with you? I hope you are well. Thanks for the messages. I got all of them and they really put a smile on my face.

It's 10am Thursday here now and i'm about to have another busy day. I decided to take out time to write you before i get busy. I guess i didn't know how much i'm attracted to you till i left. I've missed you very much. I hope you are fine. I'm going to get back to work now. I got


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Created: 2015-03-26    Last updated: 2015-06-12    Views: 1513